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Today is my baby boys 2nd birthday =) Happy Birthday little man!
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Before everybody forgets about 2011, I wanted to get the schedule for The G-ZONE out there for the first week of the New Year.
*****Don’t miss out on Tracey Krauss today from the Edgy Christian Fiction social networking website. It is a great resource for readers and writers. She is with me@11 am EST Today. ******************
January 2-Josh Marks- 4pmEST
Jan 3-Henry E Ravelle-7pm EST
Jan. 4- Joe Perrone Jr.-9am…Continue
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I read this story today, or rather, watched this story today and it truly made me look at my life and the way I live.
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So you want to know who Wenona Hulsey is when I'm not a writer. Very hard thing to do is separate my life from my writing. My mind is always spinning on a scene or looking for inspiration to strike, even while I slave away at my day job as a shipping manager for a medium size company or while I'm taking my two kids shopping or to the lake. I don't think I have a life that can be separated because my writing is part of my day to day life just like eating at my favorite Chinese restaurant…Continue
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To find out what I think is the number one blogging tip you'll have to keep reading.
I've done it you've done it we all do it. Shameless self- promotion. "Hey come to my community, like my Facebook, follow me on Twitter, come to my…
As we gear up to move into 2012, I wanted to provide you with a 2 part series to help you begin the process to get organized. Hope you enjoy and find useful!
(1) Tackle email overload
Now is the time to sort thru all your email and remove yourself from any unnecessary mailing lists. I generally recommend you stay on lists that send coupons you will actually use or remain on those that offer good suggestions and guidance on topics you care about. The way you…
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I was thrilled to get an ARC (advance reader’s copy) of The Winter Palace: A Novel of Catherine the Great by award-winning Polish author Eva Stachniak, and I’m even more thrilled to be able to offer it to one lucky reader in a giveaway! There are certain periods that I love reading…Continue
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You know, the ones we make every year around this time
I wanna know if last years resolutions were a total bust or if you kept them!
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This is one …Continue
The Shadow of al-Khayal
I know – the heading makes it sound like a Lovecraftian pastiche, but bear with me – there’s a point here somewhere.
My wife asked me when I started writing. After some serious thought I answered that I probably started in earnest sometime around 2004 but I’d been writing off and on since late 2001. Although September 11th wasn’t a source of inspiration for my urge to write I would have to admit that it provided a form…Continue
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A recent study of median net worth conducted by the Washington Post and the University of Michigan shows that the income of members of the US House rose from $280,000 in 1984 to $725,000 in 2009, while the median income of US families over that same time fell from $20,600 in 1984 to $20,500 in 2009. The figures are adjusted for inflation and do not include home equity. (I didn’t know anyone still had home equity. Anyway…)
It gets more interesting. As income inequality rises, political…Continue
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