Word of the Year
Have you ever read a line in novel or a clever plot twist that caused you to have author envy? I do envy other writers, where it seems storytelling comes … Continue reading
Is Wes the New Wall-E?
Lost Bits The last thing K-404 remembers is a happy home with the human child Ele, whose care is his primary purpose. So, when he wakes up in a landfill … Continue reading
Word of the Year
Do you have a word of the year? Is there one word that sums up what you need to work on or change in the coming year? Our co-hosts for … Continue reading
Get ready for triple the excitement, intrigue, and romance with three heart-stopping stories from your favorite romantic suspense authors! In On the Run, Lynette Eason introduces you to IT Specialist Daria … Continue reading
Will you catch up or fall behind on writer goals?
It’s holiday time! Are the holidays a time to catch up on writer goals? OK, I think I’m good now. I love taking time off. It’s the getting back that’s … Continue reading
30 Days of Thanksgiving, Day 12 Today’s word is gif. Is it pronounced “jif” or “gif”? I am grateful for gifs for they can convey what I’m feeling in a … Continue reading
30 Days of Thanksgiving, Day 11 Today’s word is life. I’m thankful for my life. I’m thankful for those in it as well as my experiences, whether good or bad. … Continue reading
30 Days of Thanksgiving, Day 10 Today’s word is smile. I love to see people smile. It lifts my spirit and often causes me to smile as well. When the … Continue reading
30 Days of Thanksgiving, Day 9 Today’s word is warmth. Warmth to me could be emotional or physical. There’s nothing better than having something warm on a cold rainy day. … Continue reading
30 Days of Thanksgiving, Day 7 Today’s word is faith. I’m thankful for my faith in God. I’m sure some who read this will think I’m a nut. I don’t … Continue reading