Originally posted on ReadTuesday:
Image from NASA THUNDERCLAP Read Tuesday—a Black Friday type of event just for book lovers—now has a Thunderclap promotion underway. The idea behind the Thunderclap is create hundreds of simultaneous posts on the morning of Read Tuesday (December 9, 2014) to help spread awareness on the morning of the event. You…

  Wednesday is here. Is your week good so far?  I hope it is since that is the true way to have the work week move along at a better pace. Of course, we all know that. (Reminds me of the Geico commercial) Today’s story is one that has been on my brain for a […]

    I followed Charles Yallowitz’s advice and went to Hei! Books here and did an interview. If you would like to do it as well it is easy and fun. You can see the interview of the author of  My GRL on this link.

  Today I am happy to welcome Kristy Feltenberger Gillespie, Author of Jaded, a YA thriller, and Even in Death which is a collection of ten short stories. You should know that Kristy has dropped the price of both books to $.99. Come on in Kristy and make yourself comfortable. You’ll have to excuse the […]

This list was inspired by having the opportunity to be around some of my peers over the last couple of weeks. Also, Kevin Brennan author of Occasional Soulmates had a great post last Saturday about his 79-year-old mother. You can read that one HERE 10 If you are over seventy, make sure the foreign object […]

Originally posted on Legends of Windemere:
Back in April, I did something that I called the ‘Monster Maker Fun’.  I asked people to give a list of nonsense words and I turned them into monsters, items, and fictional rituals for a week. Here’s an example that was given to me by John W. Howell last…

This week’s Stream of consciousness prompt is the letter “s.”  If you would like to learn more about this fun exercise go to http://lindaghill.com/2014/10/10/the-friday-reminder-and-prompt-for-socs-october-1114/  and ask for Linda Hill. Oh yeah, tell her John sent you. Here is my contribution to this week’s prompt “s” The exercise is to write the first thing that comes […]

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