Archive | June 2021
#Summer #Cottage by @MaryLSchmidt #Art #Painting #Artist #ASMSG
#Sandstone #Saloon by @MaryLSchmidt #Art #Painting #Artist #Artistic #Artwork
The Sugar Ticket by #SusanJeanRicci #Romance #Humor
From Amazon: From the award winning Dinosaurs and Cherry Stems, Cindy and Jay DeMatteo return in the sequel The Sugar Ticket, a tale that chronicles their marital journey as they alleviate a sour past and embrace a sweeter future together. Join these two midlife adolescents as they learn how to gently overcome their marital hurdles, especially with Christmas and a special birthday on the horizon. Cindy and Jay are always stepping out of the box of normalcy, while they explore new adventures, both the exhilarating and the humdrum. Enjoy their light-hearted humor and occasional rants, while they meet their daily tribulations head on. Cheer for them as they face the most fundamental challenge of all: Staying in love forever.
My Review: Wowser! This book is a beautiful love story and more. I loved how Jay and Cindy were friends and built their love deeper from that starting point. Humor is found in abundance and a bit of spiritual awareness completes this book. Five stars! Truly this is, indeed, an amazing story of love and life.
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The Why and How of Choosing a Genre – From the Writers in the Storm blog — Author Don Massenzio
by Jenny Hansen Over the last few years, I’ve thought a lot about genre. The differences between them and why and how we choose our preferred genre to write in. Some writers are solidly in a certain genre camp and others straddle two or more genres. Examples of popular “straddlers” – The Hunger Games series, the Outlander series, books by J.D. […]The Why and How of Choosing a Genre – From the Writers in the Storm blog — Author Don Massenzio
Grammar Rules: Split Infinitives – by Melissa Donovan… — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog
on Writing Forward: It’s important that we, as writers, know the tools of our trade. Part of our job is to understand the mechanics of language, which includes grammar rules. Yet many writers find themselves asking… What are split infinitives? It’s a term that grammarians and linguists throw around a lot, yet few people, including […]Grammar Rules: Split Infinitives – by Melissa Donovan… — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog