Monthly Archives: April 2019

Just Keep Plotting…

We’re discussing what drains our productivity and how we go about resolving that issue. Here lately I have not been productive at all when it comes to my writing. The other day when a friend reached out to me I … Continue reading

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Real World Distractions

This week, our hound offers a topic familiar to most people. He asks, “What (if anything) drains/blocks your potential productivity? What can you do to correct this?” The first question is easy to answer. Family responsibilities (for me) have doubled … Continue reading

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Yes, It IS Hoarding

Because I have many writers and/or readers on my main Facebook page, I see memes like this all the time: But this is  nowhere near what I have in my house. I also see :           … Continue reading

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Time Traveling Cowboy

My 17th Fiction Title — Just Released By Jeff Salter At closing time, a therapist in a small town social services facility is pressured to assist a stranger who’s dressed as an 1880s cowboy, acts like one, and seems to … Continue reading

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Issues, Issues, Issues

Let me introduce you to the main characters of my latest release Turnaround Farm, a Kindle Unlimited title available at Holly Grant is a tall, stunning blonde who started her own real estate office a few years ago. She’s … Continue reading

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A Book Problem? NEVER!

This morning my daughter wanted to head to the store to see the post Easter clearance items. Since I had to do some grocery shopping I didn’t mind making a detour over to the Easter aisle, however my pocketbook did … Continue reading

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Goodreads Challenge 2019, Part Four

 I managed to read four great books this month! See if you find a new one for your virtual bookshelf: Double Down Trouble by J. L. Salter Last spring I traveled to Houston for my niece’s wedding. While there, I … Continue reading

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