By S. J. Brown Have you ever wondered what goes into a field trip for a wildlife photographer? January is when I plan out large portions of my year. As snow piles up outside Jay and I spread books, maps and the trusted atlas on the dining room table. We have notes from shows we … Continue reading Planning
By S. J. Brown Since 2016 is almost over I thought I would reminisce a bit. For several years I have been sharing my images on Facebook. I share a new photo each Sunday so there are many photos that my blogging buddies don’t get to see. So I thought I would include the 10 … Continue reading Looking Back at 2016
By L.Leander, Author of Fearless Fiction I received the letter "F" for the A-Z Blog challenge. Since my maiden name is Flory I thought about writing about that, but the Forked Road seemed better-suited to this blog. I hope you enjoy it. We have all been down the forked road, but why do some take … Continue reading Fork in The Road
This Post by S. J. Brown The brutal cold we are experiencing this winter has turned out to be perfect for taking time to plan. This year I plan to do a bit more. Like most people I am longing for springtime. This springtime will be different for me in more than one way. This … Continue reading Plannig More by SJ
This post by Gayle M. Irwin Looking back on my goals for 2014 recently I realized I didn't attain as much as I'd hoped. Yet, despite what I thought and planned to attain, new opportunities and possibilities did emerge, and I walked those pathways. Another new year is upon us, and though we never … Continue reading New Year Brings New Goals and an Uncertain But Hopeful Future
This post is by Nancy Jardine Writing styles vary a lot and some authors gravitate towards what they feel most comfortable with. I guess as an ex-teacher, the most standard form I expected my class to become accomplished in was 3rd person, past tense. Sometimes the actual past tenses varied quite a bit and there … Continue reading A soaking day out!
This post is by Nancy Jardine No, I’m not talking about earning myself money from blogging, or winning an Olympic medal for blogging: it’s more that I need to ensure that the content of my blog is ‘pure gold.’ Flip back to the end of May 2011. Along with the copy of my first book … Continue reading Blogging for Gold!
This post by Gayle M. Irwin You might think I'm writing about football after yesterday's "big game," and perhaps I am because there was a winner and there was a loser. However, I'm not into football, even if one of the two teams is located "just down the road a bit." You can apply these … Continue reading Turn Setbacks into Stepping Stones
This post by L.Leander, Author of Fearless Fiction I’m looking out my window as I write and it’s a winter wonderland outside. The sun is shining (even though it’s 13 degrees) and the trees are wearing their winter coats of snow. We've shoveled the driveway four times in the last week but don't mind. It’s … Continue reading It’s The Alligator’s Christmas