Very quickly you'll discover my literary tastes are eclectic. Mystery, sci-fi, romance, chic-lit, non-fiction, memoirs... it's only the story that counts. Take a peek around, sight-see, enjoy, check out what's behind the book flirt.
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A True Story ...for Writers Concerned About Offensive Content
Because building readers is essential to ALL writers and authors,
Striking a Balance Between Keeping it Real and Our Audience is important.
Funny thing about genuine women is they rarely say much when first meeting one. Oh, she’ll look me up and down, sizing me up I’m guessing, taking in most of what she thinks she sees before ever imparting any real piece of her mind. Gossip is just not her thing; mines neither, which is why when she unleashes one of them pearls of wisdom, Baby Look Out, I know this is a Woman Who Rocks! Genuine Women are as Compassionate as Passionate
Doesn’t mean she won’t make mistakes, do wrong, be wrong, get mad and have those bad days. We all have our hard days, ugly ways. Name a human who doesn't. And still, turning the dial back upbeat, I know one-hundred-ten percent a genuine woman’s words are not cheap.
50 Keepsake Female Perspectives... Memoirs about Women by Women.
1.A Sick Life by Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins
2.Around the Way Girl by Taraji P. Henson
3.At Wit's End by Erma Bombeck
4.Chinese Cinderella by Adeline Yen Mah
5.Desperate to be a Housewife by Meg Bortin
6.Diary of a Bev…
been waiting to attend this ball all year, and now here it is…the perfect
spot to slip in another Top Ten list, and call it my writing resolutions. Before
…oh boy…I get started, please know that Meg Waite-Clayton at 1stbooks is
hosting the blogger ball. All the rules can be found (and followed) by clicking
the icon pic in my caption, which also should be your caption as well. But
before you get to clicking, here are my writing resolutions going into the New
I think Meg Waite Clayton, who takes time out of her very literate busy schedule to host this ball, must really see me over here toggling this and that. Seems like it never fails, just when I'm about to drop a ball, up pops Meg hosting a ball. Of course, and please know, I don't really believe this. I already know the blogger balls come highly requested by SHEWRITERS, but can't deny that I, too, love the timing of each one thrown.
With over $#!$# projects going, not inclusive of other dependabilities begging my attention, I tried to avoid putting up the old 'Away on Vacation' notice. And rather than explain any more of that here, let me jump right into blasting this small pep of encouragement for those steeped in the writing process, and to writers everywhere.
If you're starting to hear a little whining about the time you spend writing, and blogging, to this is what I have to say. "Write on Writers." To my family, and perhaps to those who've been…