Monthly Archives: July 2013

It’s In the Details

Bev, Pat, and Susan and I were looking at old cookbooks at our last writer’s meeting. And when I say old, I mean from 1904 old. I had an old cookbook from my grandma and had flipped through it several … Continue reading

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Just Passing By

During our Air Force career, my husband and I have lived on the east coast, in the deep south and even far out in the wild west but never encountered the oddity our little home town seems to claim an … Continue reading

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Thoughts into Actions

There is no end to the books available. Since I am a writer I love to read. They go hand-in-hand. And the best writing instructors tell you if you are not reading, you are not feeding your writing self. I … Continue reading

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Pardon the Silence

Dear Readers, Sorry for the silence.  We are on a new learning curve, reading and studying how to put books out on the Kindle.  We feel like we’re back in school! We are reading Jeff Goin’s freebies, James Scott Bell’s … Continue reading

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Kudos, Pat!

For those of you following our blog, you know that Bev, Pat and I (Michelle) are writers.  We are working on the craft of writing.  And we started this blog as a part of that journey. This past weekend, our … Continue reading

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Why Ironing is Like Writing

I hate ironing, but love the look of ironed clothes.  I try to remind myself of this when shopping for new clothes.  If an item needs to be ironed, I put it back on the rack.  For the couple of … Continue reading

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