The motivational piece I’m working on is taking much longer than I expected. In an effort to try and make it this Monday, I started to rush it. It wasn’t good. So it’s going. It’s progressing. Unfortunately, it’s not ready yet. While I work on that, I want to remind us all to spread… Read More Be The Good You Want to See
This week’s post took a turn for something bigger than I originally planned. So I’m taking this week to finish it up and create something I’m excited to share and that will be inspiring to everyone. See you next week!
Forget the Butler It’s Always The Spouse. The first lesson I’ve learned from shows such as Snapped, Fatal Vows, The Wife Did It, How (Not) to Kill Your Husband, is that there is a reason police suspect spouses first. Many of these true crime shows focus on the downfall of a marriage. The common denominator… Read More Lesson One: What I Learned From Watching True Crime Shows
I feel strongly about looking for the small things in life in order to find happiness. Yes, I am a hypocrite. It pains me to admit I don’t always look for the small things. There are days I just don’t find them, mainly because some days I only focus on myself, on what I need… Read More Want Happiness? Think Small.
NOTE: FOR THE BEST OF THE BEST SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM Ever wonder if that free course is legit? Concerned about a gut warning that something isn’t right? Curious to know if the paid course offered at the end of the free course will be worth it? There are a gazillion and six writers… Read More Warnings About Free Courses
Bad days, bad vibes, bad choices, bad things are everywhere. The red light right when you need a green. Dried up ink when you need to print. The mean kids from your school days that haunt your dreams and cause you to swear off reunions. All 4 billion and three times your siblings picked on… Read More Find Your Champion Supporters
I go in for research and I get lost in the beauty of decay, the horrifying stories of yesterday and today, and the minutiae of subjects I know nothing about. Today is a round-up of a few things that have pulled from my charted path this week. Birthday Ninja is where I went to locate tidbits… Read More Led Astray: Sites that sucked me in and sent me through rabbit holes of fun
I’m not sure about you, but that is a horrifying thought, especially for someone like me. I love to learn. People who can’t answer a simple question and shrug, drive me insane. Is their curiosity gene malfunctioning? That’s really the only thing I can imagine. Who wouldn’t want to learn? Who cares if it’s a… Read More When You Need A Moratorium on Learning
“Ladies and Gentlemen, step right up. Come in and see the whirling fears in a writer’s mind. ” Writers are like most people and some are more confident than others. However, most writers I meet are a lot like me. We question, doubt, and squirm over nearly everything. This post is for those who question… Read More A Writer’s Carnival of Fear
“I found the perfect wife for my husband.” I Liked My Life by Abby Fabiaschi (debut) ©2017 St. Martin’s Press Pages: 260 Agent: Elizabeth Winick Rubinstein Genre: Mystery First Person Present Tense Multiple Narrators First, I think I may have messed up a few past entries. I may have used multiple points of view to… Read More I Liked My Life – Review