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Jennifer Sweete

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Indie author and award-winning blogger, Jennifer Sweete, is also a writer's consultant, editor, proofreader, and reviewer. She offers online classes and writing groups, shared resources, and personal coaching sessions for both writing and self-mastery. Visit her website at www.JenniferSweete.com.

Debuting in the Self-Help genre, this esoteric author has neatly tucked all of the basic building blocks to self-mastery between the pocket-size pages of Dear Sandy: The letter that wrote itself into a Book

For a glimpse into what this spooky-kooky author is made of, Sweete shares her poetic personal healing journey from weeping young widow to wiser, seasoned woman in her humorous, yet deeply touching Memoir The Poet and The Widow.

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Jennifer Sweete Felix and Oscar ...(for those of us old enough to remember The Odd couple on TV) First, I just plain had the hots for Tony Randall and his mischievous…moreFelix and Oscar ...(for those of us old enough to remember The Odd couple on TV) First, I just plain had the hots for Tony Randall and his mischievous smile and twinkling eyes ;-) As Felix, he was SO over-the-top OCD he made me feel a little more normal—even though "Felix" turned out to be my nickname for a few years thanks to my more Oscar-ey friends who thought I was more like Felix than I professed not to be. Such opposites live within us all, I think, but the love between them was so perfect and beautiful, and cutting edge in that era.

Oh wait ... no ... Mulder and Scully ... yes, definitely Mulder and Scully from the X-files ... of course I had the hots for David Duchovny (who could resist that out-of-control sex appeal, although nowadays he's definitely showing the rage of his age, proving sex, drugs, and rock'n'roll aren't just ravagers of Keith Richards) Their kismet was so dharmic. The tension so blandly intense - hidden in plain sight. It was a long, long trudge to the first kiss, and an amazingly quick leap to a super-baby, LOL.

Um, or, yes, William Shatner and James Spader in Boston Legal. Let's face it, they were magnifique! They had it all—sex, money, women, power, and yet the only people they could ever truly love (outside of themselves) were each other.

Emma Peel & John Steed, Laverne & Shirley, Mickey & Minnie, Andy Griffith & Barney Fife, Richie & Fonzie, I could go on forever!!!

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Jennifer Sweete Change ... change location, change scenery, change background music, change food, change flavor of tea, smell a flower, light a candle, go for a walk,…moreChange ... change location, change scenery, change background music, change food, change flavor of tea, smell a flower, light a candle, go for a walk, sit in a grassy field, stand barefoot in a cold river, meditate, go for a bike ride, go for a swim, go to the gym, get a massage, Reiki myself, Reiki my computer, Reiki the world, write nonsense for a few minutes, stand on my head, chase birds with the cat, chase the cat with the birds, close my eyes and Wish with my heart ... let the writing flow through me instead of from me ... Most importantly: DON'T BELIEVE IN WRITER'S BLOCK.(less)
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Have you looked up this summer? At the planets turning? At the meteorites hurling? At the stars twinkling? At the furnace burning in the bright, blue sky? Has your view been clear? Or smoky? Cloudy? … Read more

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I LOVED THIS BOOK! What a GREAT story! Exactly what my brain needed to defragment from the sleep state of "normal" life, and take a ride through an alternative reality concept. Time travel has always fascinated me, and very few writers can paint the ...more
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“As surely as wherever the darkness is not, there you will find the light; wherever the ego is not, there you will find the soul.”
Jennifer Sweete, Dear Sandy - The letter that wrote itself into a Book

“In the Bible, it often says, "And it came to pass" - It never says, "And it came to stay.”
Jennifer Sweete, Dear Sandy - The letter that wrote itself into a Book

“Perhaps this riddle of victim or volunteer will never be solved, but all true spiritual teachings offer us the certainty that regardless of the past, the present is the only time in which we can create a new and fruitful future.”
Jennifer Sweete, Dear Sandy - The letter that wrote itself into a Book

“Perhaps this riddle of victim or volunteer will never be solved, but all true spiritual teachings offer us the certainty that regardless of the past, the present is the only time in which we can create a new and fruitful future.”
Jennifer Sweete, Dear Sandy - The letter that wrote itself into a Book

“As surely as wherever the darkness is not, there you will find the light; wherever the ego is not, there you will find the soul.”
Jennifer Sweete, Dear Sandy - The letter that wrote itself into a Book

“In the Bible, it often says, "And it came to pass" - It never says, "And it came to stay.”
Jennifer Sweete, Dear Sandy - The letter that wrote itself into a Book

“Do not be afraid of your difficulties.Do not wish you could be in other circumstances than you are. For when you have made the best of an adversity, it becomes the stepping stone to a splendid opportunity.”
H.P. Blavatsky

“Whatever plane our consciousness may be acting in, both we and the things belonging to that plane are, for the time being, our only realities. As we rise in the scale of development we perceive that during the stages through which we have passed we mistook shadows for realities, and the upward progress of the Ego is a series of progressive awakenings, each advance bringing with it the idea that now, at last, we have reached "reality"; but only when we shall have reached the absolute Consciousness, and blended our own with it, shall we be free from the delusions produced by Maya [illusion]. ”
H. P. Blavatsky

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