Viewing all posts under Written Word


It’s true!06/28/13

 

This is my response to Ms. Cassidy’s post entitled “Get off those damn mind sucking electronic devices and talk to me.”  http://herewomentalk.com/get-off-those-damn-electronic-mind-sucking-devices-and-talk-to-me I can’t find a way to post a ...

read more

Major meow-wow! Within a few pages, I knew Gwen Cooper had done the impossible — made me believe I was hearing the authentic interior monologue of Prudence, the rescued cat ...

read more

Tomorrow Lynn talks to Jane Pollak. (http://janepollakblog.com/).  Robin Rousseau’s Explore Beyond the Usual blog hosted yesterday’s post. (http://explorebeyondtheusual.blogspot.com/). For more information about the whole tour, visit Lynn A. Robinson’s Gut ...

read more

I hate spiders! I’ve mentioned that before, haven’t I? Maybe once… or twice? Hate… hate… hate… hate! Tina says that I am being irrational and if I leave them alone, ...

read more

Our lives are defined by our history. By the time we reach midlife, we can tell our story in a few sentences, summing up the most important things for a ...

read more

As a writer, I was finding no words to really describe how I am feeling about the massacre of 27 innocent people at the Sandy Hook school in Newtown CT ...

read more

My blog on spelling got a lot of comments and some excuses.  One reader reminded me I should have mentioned to, too and two.  That’s one that many people get ...

read more

It is far too easy to get on somewhat a bandwagon when considering how many authors jump into the journey of writing, publishing and promoting a book – without a ...

read more

This latest novel by Francine LaSala (Rita Hayworth’s Shoes) is a page turner and head spinner. I started reading The Girl, the Gold Tooth & Everything and foolishly thought I ...

read more

And I did just that. I had been noticing that life was kicking me around and it felt like whoever was in charge was pushing my head under the water ...

read more