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The Versatility of Index Card Outlining

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First weekend on the urban farm – HAH!

Warning: this post has a few videos. We got our chickens on Thursday! There have been some adventures, which I may expound upon later (but if you’re a friend of mine on facebook,… Continue reading

Uprising by Jessica Therrien – cover reveal!

Some of you may have heard of my friend, Jessica Therrien.  I was blessed with the opportunity to meet her through a blogfest a while back, shortly before her first book, Oppression (Children… Continue reading

First Loves (A Blogfest)

Hi everyone! If you’re part of my regular #writemotivation crew, I’ll have that post up tomorrow, because today is the First Loves blogfest, instigated by Alex J. Cavanaugh.  If you click the link… Continue reading

Strange, Hilarious, Emails – have you gotten this one before?

I got a funny email last night. I had a feeling right away that it was spam, or a solicitor.  If it was a solicitor, this is a determined person, and I feel… Continue reading

DAC 2012 – Review of Halflings by Heather Burch

Hey everyone!  I am so pleased to bring you my first review in participation with the 2012 Debut Author Challenge!  If you haven’t heard of this or signed up for yet, just click… Continue reading

Saturday Sundries – The 11 Questions Tag Game

So, this week I got tagged THREE TIMES for the 11 Questions game that’s going around with the Writer’s Campaign Participants. And you know what . . . I can’t do this without… Continue reading

#Nightgale Week 4 – Writing is Immortality

I signed up to do the #Nightgale challenge that Stevie McCoy of Glitterword has put together. These will be 4 stories, posted over 4 weeks in January, a minimum word count of 200… Continue reading

#Nightgale Week 3

I signed up to do the #Nightgale challenge that Stevie McCoy of Glitterword has put together. These will be 4 stories, posted over 4 weeks in January, a minimum word count of 200… Continue reading

#Nightgale Week 2

I signed up to do the #Nightgale challenge that Stevie McCoy of Glitterword has put together. These will be 4 stories, posted over the next 4 weeks, a minimum word count of 200… Continue reading

#Nightgale Week 1

A few weeks ago, I signed up to do the #Nightgale challenge that Stevie McCoy of Glitterword has put together. I can’t believe it’s already time to start! These will be 4 stories,… Continue reading

Help me with Stars for the Dead!

I’ve posted a poll on my facebook page, would you all mind going and voting? 😀 Thanks! While you’re there, if you haven’t liked me yet, go ahead and do that too!

I have no post for today . . .

so instead, I’m just going to share a few of my favorite Christmas songs with you 😀 The audio isn’t the best on this one, and if you don’t want to hear the… Continue reading

MonsterFest 2011 – Banshee

Banshee The banshee is also known as the bean sí in Ireland, and the name means ‘woman of the fairy mounds’. Basic tradition says that the banshee is a female spirit that foretells… Continue reading

MonsterFest 2011 – Siren

This was supposed to go up yesterday, but I just didn’t have time to write it.  So, a day late and a dollar short, but oh well . . . Lissa at Quid… Continue reading

Just a quick note . . .

Alright, I have come to the realization that Wednesdays are just too busy. Up until this point, I have tried to regularly post on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. From now on, I’m… Continue reading

New Toys

I am making this post from my new iPod touch that I bought from a friend :D. It is very cool, and I think that it will actually make my life easier, especially… Continue reading

My Blogroll: Who I Read & Why, Pt 1

I updated my blogroll last night.  It was long overdue. I feel like I have so many treasures on there, though, that I’m going to occasionally devote a post just to my blogroll,… Continue reading

Love, Dreams, and Reality

It has been an interesting, but good, week. My husband got the job we’ve been praying for the last two years. We weren’t praying for a specific job, but rather for an entry-level… Continue reading

A Strong Case for Self-Publishing

This might be one of the strongest cases I have seen for fantasy/sci-fi authors to self publish. The Best (Worst) Fantasy & Science Fiction Book Covers You will laugh.  And cry. We fantasy… Continue reading

What Songs Haunt You?

Have you ever watched a movie and there’s been a sound on the soundtrack that just sticks with you?  Or been listening to say, Pandora, and found a song that goes along perfectly… Continue reading