It's New Year's Eve and we're about to leave 2018 in the past. Are we happy about that? Do we rejoice in what we've accomplished? Are we sad about the opportunities squandered? I have a bit of both. Yesterday I wallowed for a while. I sorted through old photos and a strong sense of … Continue reading Happy New Year
Month: December 2018
Book Review: Tequilla Rose; Virginity Blues
Customer Review Patricia A. Guthrie 5.0 out of 5 starsTequilla Rose; Virginity Blues. Fun read. December 21, 2018 Format: Kindle Edition Book Review of Tequilla Rose; Virginity Blues By Wendy Jayne What a fun story—especially, if you’ve ever been too drunk to fall out of bed in the morning. Tequilla Rose has had an … Continue reading Book Review: Tequilla Rose; Virginity Blues
BOOK REVIEW THE CONTRACT between heaven and earth. By John Howell Gwen Plano Two angels, Theresa, and Peter, are sent down by the elders in heaven to help earth avert a calamity. Someone’s trying to kill the President of the United States. Their job? To prevent this from happening. Each will take the body … Continue reading
Book Review: The Long Walk Home by D.L. Finn
Customer Review Patricia A. Guthrie 4.0 out of 5 starsA Christmas filled with heartbreak, danger and regained friendship--plus a homeless cat. December 19, 2018 Format: Kindle EditionVerified Purchase Kinzie's fiance breaks up with her and is scheduled to marry her best friend, Joy, on Christmas, the same day as Kinzie's wedding. What's worse, someone … Continue reading Book Review: The Long Walk Home by D.L. Finn
Santa Claus Came to Town, and How He Got Here.
Santa Claus Came to Town and How He Got Here By Patricia Guthrie “‘Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house . . .” ‘Jolly Old St. Nicholas . . .’ ‘Santa Claus is Coming to Town.’ What images come to mind? A rather chubby, merry and ageless … Continue reading Santa Claus Came to Town, and How He Got Here.
WRITING: GRAMMARLY TIPS
For writers who want to have a polished manuscript or readers who love to find mistakes (heh heh), GRAMMARLY is a great tool. I copied this from an email I received from them this morning. I’ve been working with GRAMMARLY for the past several months and found my manuscripts are more concise and much more … Continue reading WRITING: GRAMMARLY TIPS
A Look at the Jewish Festival of Hanukkah
Hanukkah I realize Hanukka ended Sunday, but as I'm just getting this blog site started, I'm including this blog about the holiday. I hope you find this interesting, fun and informative. The Jewish Festival of Hanukka is celebrated from December 2 to December 10th. “Hanukkah (Chanukah) is a Jewish festival commemorating the rededication of … Continue reading A Look at the Jewish Festival of Hanukkah
THE HISTORY OF A WRITER WANNA-BE OR, WAIT, I AM A WRITER. Book Signing in Merrillville, Indiana Time for evaluating our past year and setting goals and objectives for the future. The difference? Goals are broad--write that novel. Objectives are more detailed--finish chapters 1-3 by midnight tonight.(Yeah, sure.) I’m a writer with … Continue reading Writing Tips:
Megaladon: Jaws on steroids
Have you heard of a megaladon? No? Me either. Until recently. I read and watched the movie TheMeg and am now reading Megaladon by Scott Skipper. Not finished, so no review yet. I can say, I'm enjoying this book and don't think I'd ever like to meet the main character. A megaladon is a prehistoric, … Continue reading Megaladon: Jaws on steroids