Hayley was born when Halley’s Comet last appeared overhead. The comet lent itself to providing both my namesake and the title of this website. I am primarily a writer. I currently blog for The Huffington Post. My early work, a series on surviving and healing after sexual assault, first appeared in Gender Across Borders, and then on my own site, Hayley’s Comments. My work also appears in All Things Healing, and various other publications.
Check out her first book, I Know Why They Call a Shell a Shell: Tales of Love Lost at Sea a memoir about striving for a healthy relationship after a lifetime of unhealthy ones.
LHeure Bleue named after the famous “Blue Hour,” a term coined in Post Impressionist France “refers to the period of twilight each morning and evening where there is neither full daylight nor complete darkness.” During this time in France the cultural climate changed rapidly, the avant-garde was prominent, and the original “Bohemia” was born.
LHeure was born in Cairo, Egypt, and immigrated to the US when she was 18 months old. She grew up in the Bay Area and inherited her father’s adventurous spirit. She began moving at an early age. Having lived in Southern California, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Tennessee, and in Southern Minnesota for a decade as a farm wife, LHeure has obviously experienced a variety of cultures and climates.
Suzanne lives in San Diego, California. She lived in Alaska for 25 years with her then husband. They divorced in the 90′s. Since then she has loved and loved and lost. This post is about Peter, Suzanne’s love, who died last year in a tragic accident. Please be sure to check out, “I’m Drinking Your Vodka Tonight.”
Linda Seccaspina was born in Cowansville Quebec. She is an avid blogger, photographer and author. She used to own clothing stores in Ottawa and Toronto Ontario Canada from 1974-1996 called Flash Cadilac, Savannah Devilles, Nightmares and Flaming Groovies.
You can read more of Linda’s work on Zoomer’s
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