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I wasn’t expecting that!

I used to want to read every book in existence. Every classic, every mystery, every spy thriller, every romance. But that was before responsibility when I could spend all afternoon reading Nancy Drew without feeling guilty about not making supper … Continue reading

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They are funny, I promise!

I’ve been to a few author events where authors were able to meet and greet and hopefully sell books. Some were at book stores, some at libraries, some at parks and some in my home town. I’ve found that this … Continue reading

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TBR List, Part Three

It’s free week once again, and since I still have no writing news, I’ll post an update on my reading. At this rate, I should be able to hit – and maybe exceed – my 2016 reading goal of 50 … Continue reading

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What I Did on My Summer Vacation, by Tonette Joyce

Shades of 4th grade! So , What Did I Do This Summer? I really need to read the topics ahead of time, because I used-up the tales of the headway I made towards decluttering in last week’s post….so I won’t … Continue reading

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“There’ll Be Some Changes Made”

“If I were suddenly a bestselling author with lots of fame & royalties… how might my life and/or my typical days be different?” That is the question of the week. Well, I think I covered what I would do altruistically … Continue reading

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Sharing Books & Stories

By Jeff Salter As sometimes happens, my take on this 4F1H weekly topic may veer a bit. In discussing books (and stories) I’ve shared with friends or family, I’m not taking the “share” part too literally. In other words, with … Continue reading

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What’s On Your Reading Table?

This week we’re supposed to discuss books that we’ve enjoyed with a friend or family member. I’m afraid my list isn’t very long, because even though everyone in my family likes to read, we don’t read the same things. My … Continue reading

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“Unhappy, Darling?”

This week we are discussing whether we prefer happily-ever-after, (HEA), or happy-for-now, (HFN), endings to stories. Tragic endings were not offered as an option, but all of us touched on that type of ending. [If you don’t recognized the title, … Continue reading

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Thanks, but No Thanks

This week’s question: What about a theme would NOT entice you to buy? After thinking about this, I realized the key word here is BUY. I get a lot of books free – my iPad is full of books I … Continue reading

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Valen My Tine

By Jeff Salter Before I forget, be sure to pick up your special ** FREE ** download from Amazon – through Feb. 14th only – of the Astraea Press Anthology, Love and Diamonds. Fifteen love stories, fifteen authors — including … Continue reading

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