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Letters From Santa Service by Sandy Lo

In my previous post, you heard me ramble on about my sickening (LOL) Christmas spirit lately... Well, it has still taken over me, and expanded! For years, I had toyed with the idea of starting a service to write letters from Santa, the Easter Bunny, or personalized cards/speeches for people. Well, this year my sister-in-law… Continue reading Letters From Santa Service by Sandy Lo

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Nominate Me in the 2017 Top Female Authors Awards!

Hello!! I have the opportunity to take part in 2017's Top Female Authors Awards presented by The Authors Show! Back in 2010, I was voted as one of The Authors Show's 50 Writers You Should Be Reading and I would love to be considered for this year's female writers. BUT I can't nominate myself - that wouldn't be any fun anyway 😉 So, if you think I am deserving, please submit your nomination. It's fast and easy! Click this link: http://www.questionpro.com/a/TakeSurvey?id=5583030 and fill-in all the required info. For my e-mail address, you can use sandy@sandylo.com. Thank you!! Hugs, Kisses & Stars, Sandy Lo

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Book Trailer: Indigo Waters by Sandy Lo | Available Now on Kindle

Check out the book trailer for Sandy Lo's new novel, "Indigo Waters".

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Sandy Lo’s Novel Song Book: “Detonate” from “Dream Catchers” #MusicMonday

Throughout the DREAM CATCHERS series, I have written an entire album's worth of songs.  Just lyrics.  One day, I would love to actually get someone to put music to these songs and record them. 

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Breaking The Moon Soundtrack Selection: “Breathe (2 AM)” by Anna Nalick #MusicMonday

Originally I added Anna Nalick's "Breathe (2 AM)" to my writing playlist simply because it was easy to write to.  As the "Dream Catchers Series" was being written, however, the lyrics to the song actually fit in parts for Jordan and Haley, especially in "Breaking The Moon".  The beauty of a good song - even if this one seems to be about a lover at fighting overseas, you can somehow relate to it - or in my case, relate characters to it!