All Blog Posts Tagged 'Tongue-Tied' (3)

Step-Parents: Do You Have a Right to Discipline Your Spouse's Kids?

Relationship guru John Gray says yes...once the birth parent's ground rules are in place. You can read this article in MarsVenusLiving.com...





Great insights,



—Josie Brown…



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Added by josiebrown on July 1, 2009 at 6:33pm — No Comments

BACHELORETTE: My Radio Recap on This Monday's Show

Okay, yeah, I know: morning voice. Ain't it sexy? That's what happens when you NEED A NEW ALARM CLOCK.



Click here to listen to me recapping THE BACHELORETTE, Jillian's, choices (6/30/09) with Seattle KKNW's very own Chat with Women Radio morning show hosts, Pam and Rochelle. Every Tuesday… Continue

Added by josiebrown on June 30, 2009 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Tome of the Mommy: Romance (writing) in the Bedroom

Writing is in the blood, as well as the heart and the mind. J.K. Rowling may be the most famous (and most successful of us, but many of the writers I know are are women who, like me, have families and all the complexities that implies, but still find the time to slip out a book or two (or more!) of erotic romance a year. This… Continue

Added by josiebrown on June 29, 2009 at 1:26pm — No Comments

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