Love, life, and vengeance #MFRWauthor

Every once in a while, a topic comes up that knocks you back on your heels. This week's is one. Life Lessons in your books. Do I want to use the tag lines, look up life lessons online, or just re-read the books and come up with lines of my own. Time available for writing is short so I chose all three, and decided to do a little of each.

Blood may be thicker than water, but in the end, we have to decide whether it is worth our honor. Imprisoned in Stone

This quote from Chico Xavier is perfect for Hatchling's Vengeance.

"Though nobody can go back and make a new beginning... Anyone can start over and make a new ending."

Live the life of your dreams and maybe they'll come true. Dragon Destiny

Be careful of what you wish for.  Windmaster

Click on the covers in the banners for blurbs and excerpts from these books and the rest of my works. And be sure to visit the other authors in the challenge to see what life lessons their books imparted.

Sometimes the links get corrupted or don't come through correctly. Apologies for whatever Internet gremlin is having fun. Other times the link is just too long for the list software. Corrected links follow:

Cathy Brockman - http://cathybrockman.com/2017/07/14/life-lessons-in-my-books-mfrwauthor-lifelessons-blogchallenge/

Mary Dressel - https://maryjdresselbooks.com/2017/07/14/amwriting-life-lessons-in-books-mfrwauthor-blog-hop/

Sherry Lewis - https://coaldancer.wordpress.com/2017/07/14/ask-a-question-but-never-answer-it-mfrwauthor/


  1. Intriguing way to make the post! Great job!

  2. Right to the point with interesting themes!

  3. Good points. The first one is especially true. Sometimes you have to put what's right over duty to the family.

  4. I love this life lesson, Helen:
    "Anyone can start over and make a new ending."

    So true.

  5. Thanks for sharing, and that quote is a gem.


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