Tag Archives: Arts

Would You Give Up the Day Job?

If success happens in direct measure to faith, how many of us would ‘make it’? I’ve been thinking about this quite a lot lately. Have you read the stories about the authors who had Eureka moments, ditched the day job, … Continue reading

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Be Careful What You Wish For …

And what did I wish for? Reviews. Tonnes of reviews. Reviews until my Amazon Kindle page could hardly hold them. Lol! Be careful what you wish for! I got my first rather bad review today (3 stars) and apparently ‘Getting … Continue reading

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Shoe Love

Just because it’s a rainy night, and I’m curled up in my bed with a computer and not a man, I thought I’d share my shoe fetish with you guys instead. Coco will be wearing a pair of these beauties in … Continue reading

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More from Konrath

I’ve already mentioned how much I like JA Konrath’s blog advice. His blog is a treasure trove of self-publishing info. from him and selected guest bloggers. Here’s more that I found this morning and wanted to share: A Newbie\’s Guide to … Continue reading

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What does it mean to ‘like’ something?

I wrote a few flash fiction stories for my class recently and someone made the comment that they really ‘liked’ it. I was thinking this morning – what does ‘like’ mean? Nowadays the ubiquitous Facebook thumbs-up is used to signify … Continue reading

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