Thought for the Day: “Remember, the villain is always the hero in his own story. Wanting to‘rule the world’ just to ‘rule the world’ is for cartoons.”~ Kristen Lamb ~Gifts for My Writer Friends: This isn’t the sort of thing I usually link, but I found a great site for people concerned about helping kids… Continue reading The Perfect Place — Review and Giveaway
Thought for the Day: “I have rewritten — often several times — every word I have ever published. My pencils outlast their erasers.” ~ Vladimir Nabokov ~Some Gifts for My Writer Friends: Kathleen Temean gives us a story that is particularly motivating and interesting. All writers should read this one. Click HERE. We all know… Continue reading Stained by Cheryl Rainfield — A Review and Giveaway and Overview of A Bird on the Water
Thought for the Day:“In everyone's life, at some time, our inner fire goes out. It is then burst into flame by an encounter with another human being. We should all be thankful for those people who rekindle the inner spirit.” ~Albert Schweitzer~This week I have four links for you that all have to do with… Continue reading DOUBLE Giveaway — Gingersnap and Road Trip
Thought for the day: “There are three rules for writing a novel. Unfortunately, no one knows what they are.” ~ W. Somerset Maugham ~ For all of my readers:Every Sunday, another writer, Shannon Messenger, gathers together a list of blogs that review middle-grade books, many of which have giveaways. If you aren't familiar with her blog,… Continue reading Warriors in the Crossfire, a Review and Giveaway.
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I had a good day today. First I met with my good friend and fellow writer, JaNay Brown. We are working on a collection of seasonal poems and are making great progress. She’s a very talented writer, and I am excited to be working with her on this project. I felt pretty energized after our… Continue reading This and That and Ellen Klages