Category Archives: disability

Women Veterans

“What book changed how you see the world and why?” My first thought is: “What book hasn’t? I have had many arguments with non-fiction-only readers who say that novels, poetry, etc. are a waste of time and don’t enrich your … Continue reading

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Bed, Bath and Beyond

This week: If you could remodel/redecorate any room in your house which room would you choose and what would you do to it? One room? Of course you are going to expect me to say the kitchen, and you’d probably … Continue reading

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Guest Author: Josie Riviera and A Summer to Cherish

My guest today is a fellow member of one of my author support groups, and when she recently announced her new sweet romance, I asked her to share the book and its inspiration with us. A Summer to Cherish is … Continue reading

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Shoe-Shoe Baby

This Week: Have your footwear choices changed as your life, or lifestyle, has changed? In summer I wore flip-flops, but I don’t think that I ever got in a car wearing them. I did walk up the hill past four … Continue reading

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Never-ending TBR, Part Two

It seems that the books I chose this month were a bit longer, so there are fewer titles. Still, it was a good month for reading, since it’s too cold to do much else! A Murderous Yarn by Monica FerrisNeedlecraft … Continue reading

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Really Busy,or Procrastinating?

“To what degree does procrastination affect your writing projects? Do you have any theories about WHY you procrastinate on certain projects… or at certain periods?” Crown me; I am the queen of procrastination. I even brought in a writing/writer’s’ psychologist … Continue reading

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Guest: Author Iris Chacon

I knew that I had to ask Iris Chacon in as a guest as soon as I read her “Schifflebein’s Folly”. It was one of the nicest experiences I have had all year; a charming story so amusingly well-told that … Continue reading

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LISTen, Remind Me…

“What is something for which you constantly need reminding? ” That never used to be a problem for me. Oh, I could go on about memory in general, but I will try to make it brief. I was the one … Continue reading

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It Was a Hard Decision, But We’re Glad We Made It

My grandson has high functioning autism. He’s a lovely young man with a good personality as well as a great sense of humor, and he is able to hold down a part time job at Wal Mart. He attends church … Continue reading

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Wheel Was Not Spinning

You are incapacitated and can neither bear to read or write: How do you spend your time? I posed this week’s question because it has happened to me. I had radical neck surgery and it did not occur to me … Continue reading

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