Anne of Green Gables by L. M. Montgomery

Okay, I didn't want anyone to know I was reading Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery until I had at least the first one done. (I thought they would go much faster but alas!) The reason I didn't want anyone to know is because... I might have just signed up for another book … Continue reading Anne of Green Gables by L. M. Montgomery

Predictive Text

It occurred to me that it was something of a sweet little list to go through what web addresses appear for the numbers and letters I often use. What's your list look like? 5 - www.50bookpledge.ca 6 - https://6inklings.wordpress.com/ a - amazon.com b - behindthename.com c - campnanowrimo.org d - dictionary.com e - eBay.com, etsy.com f - … Continue reading Predictive Text

Changes by Jim Butcher

    Wow. Just. FREAKING WOW! This book completely blew my mind. Changes is book 12 in the Dresden Files series and Jim Butcher is not messing around. This is absolutely my new favorite so far, and I'm likely to agree with Lesa by the end, a blogger who states it is the best in … Continue reading Changes by Jim Butcher

Kindling by Angel Blackwood

    I can't think of many things more exciting than the privilege of reading the final product of a hard-working writer friend. Y'all remember how loud I was when it came to promoting books written by my friend Ellie Di Julio, and the cheerleading I did for Chase Night's debut novel Chicken. These days … Continue reading Kindling by Angel Blackwood

Intention Inspired & Camp Nanowrimo

So I stumbled onto two very cool somethings basically by accident. The first was a site called Intention Inspired. There's a book you can get (Kindle or paper). There's an online group you can join, and they've been the most supportive group of strangers I've ever had the pleasure to encounter! But what it's really … Continue reading Intention Inspired & Camp Nanowrimo

Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff by Christopher Moore

Well, it's really frustrating to have to re-write a post you already wrote once, but I love you guys, so, here. I read Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal by Christopher Moore and I was pleasantly surprised by the rich authenticity of the time period, place setting, and religious customs depicted in Moore's cheeky … Continue reading Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff by Christopher Moore

Step by Step Writing Class with Jobe: Reflection!

What a fantastic night with a fantastic group of people. Sci-Fi George, Romance Kim, and Poet Karen joined yours truly, Memoir Jobe! The conversation generated was so insightful and helpful, the writing written was so sparked and energetic and inspired! This was the most fun I've had in a minute. I opened with introductions, as … Continue reading Step by Step Writing Class with Jobe: Reflection!