The Trajectory of Dreams Blog Tour & Giveaway

You guys! I am so excited to have amazing Author Nicole Wolverton on the blog today to talk about her new book, The Trajectory of Dreams and do a reading from the book. She’s also doing a fantastic giveaway – a 2 Chapter Critique! And trust me, Nicole is awesome, you definitely want to win this!

So, take it away Nicole:



Sounds amazing, doesn’t it? So how do you enter Nicole’s giveaway? Super simple – just leave a comment below and tell me what your Lucky Charm is (or would be if you had one). Giveaway closes at midnight on 3/16 and I’ll pick a random winner and announce him/her on 3/17

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  1. My lucky charm is a bronze coin from the 1700’s. It’d be worth €3,000–except my brother drilled a hole in it. Not so lucky, then?

  2. My lucky charm is a donkey sized horse shoe. My brother found it trekking in Brazil and posted it to me. He tell me, the luck it brings me will equal the luck it brought him the day he found it. Fingers Crossed!

  3. My lucky charm is a miniature statue of Ganesh, the elephant-headed god from India. Ganesh is supposed to be ‘the remover of obstacles’ so I keep him by my computer, for when I have writers’ block!

  4. I have two! And both make appearances in my memoir in different chapters (I’d submit them for critique). The first is a Tahitian pearl necklace that I wore for courage when I went to take my very first pole dancing class. Over time it absorbed/shared energy during my free dances becoming a powerful amulet. Even it’s original purchase makes for a surprising story that I wrote for Bliss Habits (

    The second is a sterling silver pendant inspired by a life-changing experience I had at a dance retreat; also the the final chapter of my memoir. Flying home from the retreat I had a vision for a necklace and co-designed it with my dance teacher who also makes jewelry. It is a heart dangling within a circle with angel wings.

  5. The marbles I won at a grocery store when I was 5 years old. They’re antiques now! Um… excuse me, I have to get back to Lela and the gang… and the cat.

  6. When I was 11, I visited Asbury Park, NJ with my aunt, and I bought a personalized lucky charm. It was one of those machines on the sad, decaying boardwalk, and I punched out the letters myself. (I wrote “Deborah’s Lucky Charm” to make sure it knew its job.)

    I’ve had it all these years, and they’ve been mostly lucky, so I’d say my 25 cent investment was a good one.