Monthly Archives: August 2015
Source: Six Common Writing Mistakes and How To Fix Them
There is a lot to do and organize for this week and next. Found some errors in the novel/novella and am having to do some editing – this isn’t unexpected, of course. However, I did expect most of the writing … Continue reading
I hate when life keeps popping up and putting obstacles in my way where I don’t to blog when I feel like it, or write anything of purpose otherwise. *pouty face* I am here now so I am going to … Continue reading
The wireless/Bluetooth keyboard is now paired with the Nook tablet and I am using it! ::squee!!!:: The keyboard is charging as I type, but I simply couldn’t wait any longer to see if it would connect and be everything I … Continue reading
It is Saturday. Sun is dappling the trees outside and the birds are trilling their early evening songs and today is the first full day of being 54 years old. Fifty-four is such a strange number. Psychologically and emotionally I … Continue reading
Indie Success –10 things that really matter.
Genuinely didn’t know the last book by Sir Walter Scott was published in 2008. I love reading, and sharing Interesting Literature tidbits. Interesting Literature Five fun facts about the life and work of Scottish author Sir Walter Scott 1. The … Continue reading
Hygge: The Dark Side of Danish Comfort, a Story by Dorthe Nors. This actually gave me a slight start. After you read it, tell me what you think. It is definitely a good story.
Today I am having a nice day out at one of my favorite happy places: Barnes & Noble. School has started so there aren’t very many people here except for the older set and a few moms with sleeping babies … Continue reading