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> I’d like to share with you a nugget of wisdom that I ran across recently. It’s from Stephanie Bond’s recent guest blog at PF&HT. I hope it gives you the same kind of lightbulb moment that I had. Remember—people … Continue reading
>It’s important, people. Go. VOTE! Do I practice what I preach? Yes, absolutely. Even though Hubby and I were scheduled to be out of town, we voted absentee before leaving.
>This was in an e-mail I received today from my brother, which is kind of interesting because I rarely forward jokes and junk e-mails but receive tons of them. Some senders actually do most of this, but there are just … Continue reading
>My eye often catches on weird and bizarre news, and Yahoo’s story titled “Grandma arrested for driving with child on roof ” is no exception. It’s as ‘duh’ as those laughable stories that crop up every year about criminals who … Continue reading
>Thanks to Gail Dayton, my accountability partner, for the title and phrase for this post. I was thinking in terms of believing in your story, etc., but her phrase “protect the work” fits SO much better. Thanks, Gail! It’s taken … Continue reading
>I learned a lesson in characterization. From my older brother, of all people. As writers, we’re reminded to ‘see’ the scene through the eyes of our characters. Often I ‘see’ the room/town/terrain with the character’s profession or gender in mind. … Continue reading
>Last weekend was Memorial Day weekend. Some of you may have noticed due to the three days off work some received. My DH & I took a short trip to see relatives in So. Carolina and something cool happened. Lately, … Continue reading
>I can never remember which side of my brain controls what. Sometimes, I’m very creative (like with writing) and others times I love to do all kinds of puzzles and logic problems. Where my writing is concerned, I like to … Continue reading
> You Should Be a Romance Novelist You see the world as it should be, and this goes double for all matters of the heart.You can find the romance in any situation, and you would make a talented romance story … Continue reading