Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge: Double Letters

The week Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge topic is Words with double letters, such as sweep, rubber, bookkeepping, teeter totter, vacuum, etc.  It can be a man made structure or nature made. Here is my… Continue reading

International Book Sells

This is a reblog of a reblog. Keep clicking. You’ll get there. I could go directly to the source, but each stop is an opportunity to check out a new blog. Never know… Continue reading

Guest Blogger: Ma Doula

For 35 years, Stephanie Sorensen has been a birth companion, known as a dula, to expecting mothers. She has worked with many women from different ethnic backgrounds. In her book, Ma Doula: A… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: A face in the Crowd

The Daily Post‘s Weekly Photo Challenge asks:  Create an image that represents being “a face in the crowd.” Explore silhouettes, shadows, orientation, and other ways to mask your subject. As you hide the… Continue reading

Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge: Structure

This week Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge topic is Structure.  It can be a man made structure or nature made. Here is my entry:

5 Facebook Tips To Help With Your Book Marketing

This is a reblog from Nicholas C. Rossis in Marketing I use Buffer (a post scheduling app) frequently and recently came across a post on their blog by Ash Read with Facebook tips… Continue reading

Star Light

I reblogged this because I love the perfect capture of the sun, which you can’t see unless you open his page. It’s worth the trip.    I was out in Banff, Alberta this… Continue reading

The Value of Beta Readers

Today I returned to the third novel in my trilogy, Jessica’s Mission. I’ve already rewritten the beginning several times. At one point, I thought the book was ready for beta readers so I… Continue reading

Sunday Trees: 327

Sunday Trees is a blog that honors trees. Here is my entry:

Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge: Ralph & Elmer

Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge is for those photos that don’t really fit into any common category. There are those who don’t look just right and when they meet, they have few of the… Continue reading