This post is by Abbie Johnson Taylor. Thanks to StephJ for inspiring this. Since I love to read as much as I love to write, here are my answers to some questions about how I read. *** Do you have a specific place for reading? Because of my visual impairment, I prefer listening to … Continue reading Reading Life
By Stephen Buehler I have taken on an arduous task – converting my novella into a novel. The Mindreading Murders is about a magician who's making his big comeback. One of his assistants is killed after being a guest on a medium’s TV show. This medium has something to do with the magician’s tragic past. … Continue reading It’s the journey AND the destination!
This post by Jennifer Flaten As you know I love reading. It is one of my favorite things to do. There is nothing as satisfactory as losing yourself in a book. For me reading a good book can turn hours into minutes. I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve started a book at … Continue reading
This post by L.Leander, Author of Fearless Fiction If you are a woman many of you have run into a problem with your slip showing below your hemline. Not only does it look unprofessional, when someone brings it to your attention you are embarrassed. I’ve actually seen a woman standing near me whose … Continue reading How to Tell if Your Slip is Showing!
This blog by Cher'ley Grogg I’m so broke I can't even afford to *pay attention*. I’m so broke I go into KFC and lick other people's fingers. When everything is coming my way—I’m in the wrong lane. I’m so broke, I went to McDonald’s and put a milkshake on lay-a-way. That’s how I’m feeling. I … Continue reading Broke-Beaten Down-But Still Blessed-That’s Bad-No That’s Good by Cher’ley
This post by Abbie Johnson Taylor When I was a kid, I read all the Little House books by Laura Ingalls Wilder, some of them more than once. To this day, I still remember the names of all the books and the order in which they were written: Little House in the Big Woods, … Continue reading A Wilder Rose by Abbie
This blog by Cher’ley Grogg She swooped into the book store. Her fiery red lipstick matched her bright red dress which fit her like the skin on an apple. She wore too much sky blue, eye shadow and her cheeks flashed as pink as a Florida Flamingo. Her fluffy, black hair with white roots resembled … Continue reading Descriptions, From Tell to Show by Cher’ley
This post is by Nancy Jardine. Some fantastic milestones have been reached in my household this week. My trusty dictionary describes milestone as: 1. A stone marker set up on a roadside to indicate the distance in miles from a given point. 2. An important event, as in a child's development, the history of a … Continue reading Sin..dex…sin…dex…milestones
This post by L.Leander, Author of Fearless Fiction I don’t outline my books. I guess you’d call me a spontaneous writer. But I do write out a few notes for reference. The following is how I would write the notes for an autobiography. I could write for years on the memories these facts evoke. I … Continue reading Down Memory Lane
This post is by Nancy Jardine Hindsight. It’s an amazing thing. A dictionary definition of hindsight will give you something like this: - understanding after the fact; retrospection; observation or perception of what was. In my early teens, I loved reading H.G.Wells’ novel – The Time Machine. Fantasy isn’t my most favourite genre normally, but … Continue reading Time-travel adventure allows for…hindsight?