#ThrowbackThursdayBookstagram: To Kill a Mockingbird

#ThrowbackThursdayBookstagram for this week is TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD by Harper Lee. I’ve read this book several times, and I’ve seen the 1962 movie (which is rare for me), and I loved them both. The Chicago Tribune wrote of the book, “A first novel of such rare excellence that it will no doubt make a…

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Wish Me Luck

January represents many things to me, only one of which is a restart button of sorts. But during the cold winter months, I have real trouble restarting. So why choose January as a time to restart anything? I’m asking myself that these days as I surface from a cold. The virus didn’t effect me too…

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No Words for the New Year

This post was supposed to be my “New Words for the New Year 8” post, but a cold has me on my bum, and I’m not feeling up to writing anything regarding what my outlook for 2023 will be. That might change in a few days, so if you’re interested in what I might be…

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Breakfast with the Billionaire Cover Reveal

It’s cover reveal day for Breakfast with the Billionaire. So of course, I had to share! This project has been in the works for some time, and when it came time to figure out a cover, I had no idea what to do. But I knew that I needed professional help, someone who knew the…

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#ThrowbackThursdayBookstagram: On Writing

One of the reasons I put up a #ThrowbackThursdayBookstagram feature from time to time is that it reminds me of the books I’ve read. Of course, I could never forget that I read ON WRITING by Stephen King, since it’s one of the books many writers and teachers of writing suggest to any aspiring writer.…

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Three Years Ago Today

Three years ago today, I bundled Dad in the car and drove to pick up Mom from where she lived at the time. I looked at Mom and told her we were going on a road trip. That our destination would be a good one. That she’d have a better life. She smiled at me…

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