Even though I have a Google+, Twitter, and Pinterest account, and have recently sworn off Facebook, I have a hard time getting the jest of social media sites in general. Yes, I’ll agree that even having a blog is somewhat a part of the social media craze, although I personally think of my blog as more … Continue reading #takeonnews: Accuracy and Integrity
The Daily Post sponsors the #weekendcoffeeshare. Twitter is also using this hashtag. If this is something you’d like to do, whether it be weekly like it’s supposed to be or the way I do it, once a month, I hope you will join in. Last month I wrote this post as a dialogue between you, … Continue reading #weekendcoffeeshare: What Constitutes Friendship?
I usually do not have a post for Monday but Jacqui is doing a blog hop for her recently released book, Twenty-four Days. I figured this was my chance at my first interview attempt. § Jacqui, thank you for agreeing to this. Did you grow up knowing you wanted to be a writer? Please elaborate. … Continue reading Interview with Jacqui Murray
The Daily Post sponsors the #weekendcoffeeshare. If this is something you’d like to do, whether it be weekly like it’s supposed to be or the way I do it, once a month. You can get the lowdown about it at the link above. In the past, I have written this post dialogue style as if … Continue reading #weekendcoffeeshare: Being a Writer is More?
Remember last month I stated how the #weekendcoffeeshare at Part-Time Monster wasn’t active anymore? I found where it is active, The Daily Post. If this is something you’d like to do, whether it be weekly like it’s supposed to be or the way I do it once a month, you can get the lowdown about … Continue reading #weekendcoffeeshare: Social Media Pandemonium
Most people who read blogs, especially the one classified as personal have their summer from June 20th to September 20th. Or it could be the 21st depending on the year. (I never could figure out the math of the calendar year. I’ve just accepted it no matter what the change or lack of was.) Summer … Continue reading Too Little or Too Much?
In the early fall of 2009, I became a student in a free email course about the business of blogging in hopes of having a career as a blogger. I learned a lot about the ins and outs of it both as a writer and a business person. I had high hopes for a self-made … Continue reading LinkedIn Account Closed
My mother-in-law declutters her house quite often. Old editions of magazines get tossed; any small items left out from mending or sewing get put away; plastic gets put into garbage bags to be taken to the recycling place in town. She has a marvelous saying for when she does this, "clearing the decks". I’m sure … Continue reading Clearing the Decks