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DIY…Writer?

Isn't that redundant? Well... kind of and emphatically not.  There are a lot of tools, services, and companies offering products to writers, specifically to indie authors.  But most are new not tested, and some even border on scamming hopeful authors. So I guess the term I'm looking for is more like Beta Tester. In any... Continue Reading →

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Review of “Accidents Happen” by Kassie Ward

Review's first appearance was on Goodreads. Accidents Happen: A Biggest Small Town Ever Novel by Kassie Ward My rating: 3 of 5 stars Really... 3.5 stars. *Full Disclosure: While this is an honest review, I am friends with the author.* The premise: Julian Fursey, writer with a day job, is coming back from a writer's... Continue Reading →

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#MyTinderSeries: Was it Worth it?

So, here's my Tinder experience by the numbers. Weeks on Tinder: 12 Total number of matches: approximately 30-35 Super likes: 1 (and that was an accident) Highest number of matches at one time: 17 Matches who talked with me: 8 Matches who "yelled" at me at some point during conversation: 2 Matches who outright asked... Continue Reading →

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#MyTinderSeries, a blog about…love?

Recently, it has been made painfully obvious to me that I am a hypocrite. (This might have been a self-revelation, but still.) I read about love--I always have at least 1 romance or WF with romantic elements in my "currently reading" list on Goodreads. I write about love--my first published story was a romance. And I... Continue Reading →

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Review of “More From Dreams” by Bethanie F. Devors

Review's first appearance was on Goodreads. If you want to read the hidden spoiler content go to: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2486990388 More From Dreams: Book Two: The Seodrassian Chronicles by Bethanie F. DeVors My rating: 4 of 5 stars *Full DISCLOSURE: While this is an honest review, the author is a longtime friend of mine. . . .... Continue Reading →

#MyTinderSeries: Signs That it’s Not a Match

Now that I've "sampled" some of the Tinder offerings, I realize that sometimes people don't know when it's not a match. They keep attempting to make a connection for whatever reason, but it's getting nowhere. Here's how to tell it's not a match: If they say "you aren't listening." For most people, just being heard... Continue Reading →

Podcast Confusion–Explained

So, everyone these days is talking about podcasts. Listen to my podcast, did you hear this podcast, I want to start a podcast... if you are (still) wondering what a podcast actually is and how to get it, here's a great article. It's a little over a year old at this point, but still relevant.... Continue Reading →

R-E-S-P-E-C-T and Tinder

I've been having a lot of morbid (read: self-deprecating) fun with my antics on Tinder, and it has been just that... fun. People are crazy, and silly, and weird, and I am laughing so much. But today, I had to put my foot down and be serious. Tinder Guy X, let's call him TGX, and I... Continue Reading →

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