It Really is the Thought that Counts — #MFRWauthor

Okay. It's been a while. I've been dealing with a nasty case of depression, but I think I'm back...or at least mostly back.  Anyway, welcome to week 19 of the Marketing for Romance Writers 52-Week Blog Challenge, most of which I've missed so far this year. This week's prompt is My Most Romantic Memory, which … Continue reading It Really is the Thought that Counts — #MFRWauthor

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Deep in the Well

Depression is an insidious disease, a formidable foe, and a pain in the ... neck. I was diagnosed with it years ago, sought help, took medication, and gradually got better. I felt so much better, in fact, that eventually I stopped taking the medication. A few years later, I found myself fighting debilitating fatigue, a … Continue reading Deep in the Well

Five Minutes of Silence, That’s All I Ask

Dear Neighbors and nearby businesses. Also, emergency vehicles, traffic in general, birds and other wildlife, and neighborhood pets: I know this seems like a lot to ask, but if you could hold it down a bit, I'd really appreciate it. , You see, I got a new puppy for Christmas, and then promptly had to leave … Continue reading Five Minutes of Silence, That’s All I Ask

5 Tasks I’d Give Up in a Heartbeat — #MFRWauthor Week 11

Welcome to week 11 of the Marketing for Romance Writers (MFRW) 52-week blog challenge. This week's prompt is "If I never had to do this task again..." It's an intriguing prompt, I think. I can think of a gazillion or so tasks I'd willingly give up forEVER if I could, so I'm thinking that writing … Continue reading 5 Tasks I’d Give Up in a Heartbeat — #MFRWauthor Week 11

Things Only My Family Would Understand — #MFRWauthor Week 10

It's been a while since my last post. I had every intention of keeping up with this year's blog challenge and other things, too, but I just spent 2 1/2 months with my daughter and grandkids while my son-in-law was out of the country working, and the weeks just got away from me. I'm not … Continue reading Things Only My Family Would Understand — #MFRWauthor Week 10

What I Would Do If I Couldn’t Write — #MFRWauthor Week 4

Welcome to Week#4 of the Marketing for Romance Writers blog challenge for 2018. This week's prompt is: What I Would Do if I Couldn't Be a Writer. Before I get started, maybe I should explain my blog post title from last week since apparently I confused a lot of people. And here I was thinking … Continue reading What I Would Do If I Couldn’t Write — #MFRWauthor Week 4

Ugh! Algebra! — #MFRWauthor Week 3

Welcome to week 3 of the 2018 Marketing for Romance Writers 52-week blog challenge. This week's prompts is: How much of myself is in my writing? Before I get started with this week's blog post, can I just say that I'm struggling here? My daughter and granddaughters came to visit for Christmas, and then I … Continue reading Ugh! Algebra! — #MFRWauthor Week 3

A Trip Down Memory Lane – #MFRWauthor Week 2

It's Friday, which means that it's time for another blog post from the Marketing for Romance Writers blog challenge. This week's prompt is My Earliest Memory. I had a great childhood for the most part. My parents created a fun world for us to live in, took us on vacations every year and created memories … Continue reading A Trip Down Memory Lane – #MFRWauthor Week 2

It’s My Favorite – #MFRWauthor Week 1

Happy New Year and welcome to a whole new blogging challenge. We had so much fun participating in the Marketing for Romance Writers 52-Week Blogging Challenge in 2017, a bunch of us wanted to keep going. So here we are at the start of a brand-new year. This week's prompt: Favorite Thing I've Written -- … Continue reading It’s My Favorite – #MFRWauthor Week 1

My Resolutions for 2018 — #MFRWauthor

Happy Friday, everyone!  It's the last Friday of 2017, and the last week of the Marketing for Romance Writers 52-Week Blog Challenge. Oh yeah! I made it all the way to the end. 52 posts without missing one. I'm doing an internal happy dance as I write this. This week's prompt is (can you guess?) … Continue reading My Resolutions for 2018 — #MFRWauthor