I Said No to Hemingway

      Posted by Kathy Waller   Last weekend, I wrote a post about cows. It ran to over 1100 words, and I hadn't covered even half of the cows I'd planned to. Furthermore, it was silly. I scrapped it. Today I started a post in which I intended to compare a book by artist-author Shel Silverstein … Continue reading I Said No to Hemingway

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Looking Back at 2016

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

Adding Color

This post by Jennifer Flaten My youngest daughter is an embellisher. Not of the truth mind you, but of everything around her. She is forever adding paintings and doodles to ordinary objects. For example, she received a jar of handmade sugar scrub at Christmas. After using all the scrub we rinsed out the jar. I … Continue reading Adding Color

This post by Jennifer Flaten I caved in and bought one of the Adult coloring books (okay, is it just me or does that make it sound like there should be a brown wrapper on it or what). I’ve always enjoyed coloring. It allows me to be artistic without getting frustrated because I can’t get … Continue reading

Embracing New Opportunities

This post by Gayle M. Irwin A new season is upon us. Although spring is usually touted as the season of growth and renewal, autumn is also a season of change. Green leaves become golden and russet, and air temperatures slowly decrease over days, weeks, and months. Just as the summer fades and autumn rises, … Continue reading Embracing New Opportunities

When It Rains… by Erin Farwell

Last summer I embarked on a new venture as a freelance writer. It’s had its ups and downs but overall things have gone very well. I want to cut back a bit over the summer both to spend time with the kid and to work on my book. My daughter’s summer break started last week … Continue reading When It Rains… by Erin Farwell

Striving for a Quiet Time by Cher’ley

This blog by Cher'ley Grogg Michael E. Debakey, heart surgeon, once observed: "For me, the solitude of early      morning is the most precious time of day. There is a quiet serenity that disappears a few hours later with the hustle and bustle of the multitude. Early morning hours symbolize for me a rebirth; … Continue reading Striving for a Quiet Time by Cher’ley

When is a song a story?

This post by L.Leander, Author of Fearless Fiction If you listen to as many songs as I do you've probably listened to the stories they tell.  The trick is to tell a story in 3 1/2 minutes or less, although established artists can get away with much longer songs.  Some songs don't tell a story but contain … Continue reading When is a song a story?

Work from home! Have we got a deal for you!

This post by L.Leander, Author of Fearless Fiction Last night I heard a segment on ABC News about working from home. Although I AM working from home I decided to  see what the report had to say. It was actually very interesting and an eye-opener to realize that there are “real” stay-at-home jobs that are not … Continue reading Work from home! Have we got a deal for you!

Icy Feud, Best Dressed, Weirdest Celeb-SEO and Blog links-#4 of Blog Writing by Cher’ley

 This blog by Cher'ley  Grogg Selena Gomez & Taylor Swift's Icy feud over Justin Bieber, who is the Best Dressed or what is the Weirdest Celeb Instagram. If you’re dying to know here’s the link to Hollywood Life. Hollywood Life ranks 35 in the top 100 linked to Blogs for this day. It changes daily.  … Continue reading Icy Feud, Best Dressed, Weirdest Celeb-SEO and Blog links-#4 of Blog Writing by Cher’ley