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April Stories: What I’ve Read and Watched

Cross posted on Joyful Miles. Wow, April ended up being a huge month for me. First off, I TURNED 50, woo-HOO!!!!! I’m so blessed and thankful for reaching this milestone. #50isfabulous baby!! April is also Camp NaNoWriMo, a huge event for many writers. Unlike November’s National Novel Writing Month where you have thirty days to [...]

February Stories: What I read and watched!

February has just flown by, hasn’t it? It feels like I just wrote my January post and now it’s time to once again chat about the stories I enjoyed last month! This list is short since I spent a lot of time prepping for the Princess Half Marathon, doing business and rental tax work, and [...]

January Stories: What I read and watched!

As part of my goal to live with intention this year, I’m tracking the stories I consume each month in a journal! My husband raises an amused eyebrow whenever I bring my journal to the living room, but this really helped cure my SADDA habit. (Story Attention Deficiet Disorder.) Now rather than hopping back and [...]

Book Chat: Unf*ck Yourself, by Gary John Bishop

I must admit: The title alone was the first thing that drew me to Unfuck Yourself, by Gary John Bishop. Those who know me well knows how f***ed up I’ve been with my writing for the past six years after Just Flirt came out. Actually, the few people who have been reading this blog for [...]

Book Day!

I’m still recovering from the past Saturday’s Baltimore Marathon … which was AWESOME!! … so today’s post is going to be a quick and easy one about my recent unboxing from Book Outlet! I just love watching BookTubers’ unboxing videos on YouTube. They remind me of my good ole’ Book Days that I talked about in this post, [...]

How to rekindle your love for reading

“The MORE that you READ, the more THINGS you will know, the MORE you learn, the MORE places you’ll GO!”   Oh, Dr. Seuss, how right you are! Yertle the Turtle was my favorite of his as a kid. I must have read it a hundred times, as well as any other book I could get my hands [...]