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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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

If You Want My Advice… — #MFRWauthor

Hello and Happy Friday! It's ween 51 of the Marketing for Romance Writers 52-week blog challenge, and this week's prompt is Advice to New Authors. Well, okay, but remember, you asked for it. The advice I'd give new authors today is vastly different from the advice I would have given twenty years ago. Back then, … Continue reading If You Want My Advice… — #MFRWauthor

My Biggest Accomplishments So Far — #MFRWauthor

Welcome to week #50 of the Marketing for Romance Writers 52-week blog challenge. Tis week's prompt is My Biggest Accomplishments, a theme that makes me say, "Ugh." As I mentioned in week 46. I'm not really comfortable tooting my own horn. In fact, I really dislike doing it. But I'm determined to see this thing … Continue reading My Biggest Accomplishments So Far — #MFRWauthor