Sunday, November 30, 2014
How are you doing? Maybe you've finished all ready? Maybe, like me, you have under 1500 words to go and you've reached your goal? Maybe you stalled out early on and fell badly?
If the later happened to you, don't feel badly. I mean it. At least you set a goal and made an attempt to make your writing dreams come true. Now use this month as a jumping off point to continue on your writing path.
While I'm on the subject, now is the time to start thinking about your writing goals for 2015 so by the end of December you have a clear picture of them in your mind and concrete, fail proof plan to set in action.
As I said before, I have under 1500 words to write to reach my goal and wrap up my WIP. I will finish today! If you participated, how did you do?
Saturday, November 22, 2014
So today I will:
What blessings are you 'counting' this year?
Saturday, November 15, 2014
The pumpkin, I received as a gift from my Secret Sister in ESA one year and love it. Why? Because it is a great reminder of what this season is about. Giving thanks to God for the bounty in our lives!
So, tell me, readers, have I dated myself talking about Home Interior products? Did you go to Home Interior parties and do you still have an decorations you purchased from one?
Sunday, November 9, 2014
I have three decoration groupings for Thanksgiving. No, not nearly as much as my Christmas decorations. And to be honest, I have some Christmas shopping done, I'm ready to listen to Christmas music and put up my Christmas decorations.
But here is something else you need to know, I'm not glossing over Thanksgiving. I just try to be thankful every day of the year. Even on stressful work days or disappointing days, I'm thankful that I have job, home, food, family, well you get the drift.
And another fun fact about me is: I think about Christmas all year and it has nothing to do with 'the commercialism' of the season. It's because it's the day we celebrate Christ's birth.
Sunday, November 2, 2014
I received a very bad reader review for this book and am so happy it did well in two of the contests I entered it in! If you haven't had the chance to read this book, it's still available in ebook format on most online retailers and Christianbook.com and Amazon still show print copies left.
I've entered my 2014 books, Sweet on the Cowgirl and The Widow's Suitors in two contests all ready. I'll be entering them in a third contest by the end of this week, and at least two more contests next year when the contests open up for entries.
Unpublished authors are urged to enter in their work in contests for feedback. In my opinion it just as important for published authors to enter their work in contests too! What is your opinion?