I admit I’ve been posting sporadically here, and mainly photographs. I’ve been busy writing my novel, yet to be named. The working title is A Home For Peggy. I wrote a little bit about it here. I’d like ideas for a title. I’m 20 000 words into it, and feel I’ve accomplished so much, yet… Read More Did I Mention I’m Writing a Novel?
In Their Own Words: a guest post by Ann Richardson I would like to tell you about my books. I write books where people talk about some important aspect of their lives in their own words. They feel a bit like a written version of a TV documentary. I start with 25-30 interviews, which are… Read More Guest Blog by Author Ann Richardson
I’m very proud to announce that I’ve reached a goal I set for myself. You can read more about that here and here.
I set a goal of one thousand followers by the time my book Not My Story To Tell is launched October 26th. I’m happy to say I will exceed my goal. I have nine hundred and ninety-seven followers. I wrote about how to get more followers here.
I have a new goal for my blog. I’d like to reach 1000 followers by the time I launch my book about Justine’s life, Not My Story To Tell on October 26th. I have 948 right now and I’m fairly confident I can achieve it. Do you know how to get more followers? It’s time… Read More Justine’s Blog Will have 950 Followers Today!
I mentioned yesterday that I’m vacationing in PEI. You can read more about that here. It’s like going back in time because everything is so quaint and rural here. The beaches are fabulous and the food is wonderful. The sunsets are gorgeous.
I’m sure I’m not the only writer who wrote an entire book and then had absolutely no idea of how to get it published. I’d always heard about struggling writers waiting out years of rejection before finally being accepted by a publishing company. Self-publishing wasn’t even on my radar. I have a friend who is… Read More Great Advice For New Authors
Justine loved unicorns when she was a child. She chose pastel coloured unicorn wallpaper for her bedroom when we gave her a choice of a theme. She collected unicorns and had many. My Little Pony was a favourite and she had a unicorn one. Beanie Babies were popular and she had a unicorn one. We… Read More Alphabet Soup Challenge-Decoration
I’ve been busy with my grandson, Oliver and have not fulfilled my promise to write every day. You can read my post about that here. Sometimes life does get in the way. I’m happy to announce that I’ve nearly worked my way through the entire alphabet with one or two letters left. Today I’d like to… Read More Alphabet Soup Challenge- Interests
I took a day off yesterday to read. I’ve written before how I find reading and writing difficult to do simultaneously. You can read that post here. Reading is essential for writers and I’ve especially been reading memoirs so I can learn more about style and content. I read an entire book and most of another one.… Read More Alphabet Soup Challenge-Read