Monthly Archives: April 2014

How Did I Ever Function Without This?


I bit the bullet and went and bought a tablet. I’ve been putting it off for a long time because:  I have a laptop and tablets are just like laptops right?  I have a smartphone that I try to do … Continue reading

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From The Heart of a Child


It’s National Poetry Month and I thought, “Why not share some of my poems I wrote as a child.” What a brilliant idea right? Well, I forgot that my old poetry journal was nestled inside a box without a label, … Continue reading

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David Tennant Melts the Hearts of Shakespeare Fans


Good Morning everyone 🙂 I hope you are all surviving the week. Did you know that this month is National Poetry Month?? I did but that’s because I’m a fan of poetry. I use to write poetry when I was … Continue reading

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Grand Opening


Welcome to the Grand Opening of my new website! Well, not quite. It’s more like a “soft opening”. I’m not exactly finished. I still need to input all the links on the right pages but you can at least get an idea … Continue reading

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A Review: Love or Deception by Morgan K. Wyatt


Love or Deception by Morgan K. Wyatt <Book Synopsis> Amy awakes to find her husband Mark missing, along with her memories. Her recollections of Mark include a whirlwind courtship and a beach wedding. Amy is determined to uncover what happened … Continue reading

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Putting Some Style in Multiple POV’s


As a reader I am a fan of different POV’s in one book. I feel more connected to the characters and the story line when a story is written that way. As a writer, multiple POV’s give me headaches. There … Continue reading

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Now Where Did I See That Article???


Have you felt the frustration of having come across a great article that you wanted to remember or reference back to but forgot where you saw it or where you saved it? I know it’s happened to me more then … Continue reading

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A Review: The Art of Being Indifferent by Brooke Moss


The Art of Being Indifferent by Brooke Moss <Synopsis> Posey’s not the kind of girl who has a lot of friends. After bouncing from foster home to foster home she’s only formed an attachment to her iPod, and the music … Continue reading

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Have You Wasted Hundreds of Dollars on Kindle books?


Ok, so I can be a tab bit behind the times with current news and political views. I’ll be the first to admit this. So, please don’t laugh at me as you read on. I just found out that the 210 … Continue reading

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You Want Me To Do What?!


  Last week I attended my first consultants meeting for Thirty-One. For those that might not know, I’ve decided to join Thirty-One (a party direct sales company) to help me break out of my shell and basically learn how to … Continue reading

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