Monthly Archives: August 2015

Nephilim and Ancient Aliens

The other day I discovered on YouTube several videos by Bible scholar, teacher and speaker Chuck Missler. Years ago we purchased several of his informative teachings on tape.  Yes, that was way back before CDs were popular.  I truly enjoyed the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Fighting Fate by Scarlett Finn

Fighting Fate by Scarlett Finn is the first of her series of tough boy BD romance books. The subject matter for me was a bit tough to read. But I stuck with it and finished the story and will read … Continue reading

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Show or Tell – Word choices and the debate between wordy and descriptive

Originally posted on sharpwittedfl:
In reading some of the critiques I’ve received from folks, I am working on honing my story craft.  I tend toward too much rather than concise.  Still, I’m getting a bit of the “show” them what’s…

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Loving Relationships

Relationships. I am a relationship person and when I see unhappy couples having problems I want to share with them what the root of their problem is and how to solve it. I know it is none of my business. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Demon Within by Julie Nicholls

I just finished Demon Within by Julie Nicholls this week and found it a delight to read. It is the first book I have read by this author and was pleasantly pleased. This romantic fantasy takes place in a time of … Continue reading

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How long is long enough?

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So, a writing prompt I picked up in my 100 list has morphed into something more than a quick exercise in creativity. I decided to look into the current thinking on story length as this is…

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Lost Things

I lose things all the time. It could be blamed on my level of disorganization.  However,  frequently I lose things that were just in my hand and I haven’t moved from the spot I where I was sitting. How could that be disorganization?  I … Continue reading

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