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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?
I just received a phone call that has left me warm and fuzzy. A woman I met in Florida, who just happens to live close to me in Canada read my memoir, Not My Story To Tell, gave it to her daughter, who in turn recommended it to her daughter. The twenty-four year old granddaughter… Read More My Readers Warm My Heart
We are experiencing ANOTHER snow day in Canada. We do have a reputation for snow but this is mid-April and we usually have Spring-like weather, long before now. We have highway, school closures and power outages all across Southern Ontario. This will continue until Thursday. Luckily, I don’t have to be anywhere but warm and… Read More Late April Snow Days
One of my readers mentioned Wattpad yesterday. I’ve published two short stories there. Have you heard of it? It’s an easy way of testing the waters in self-publishing. I have to admit I haven’t spent much time learning how to get followers, even though I’ve followed others. Here are the stories I published there. It’s… Read More Wattpad
The Alpahabet Soup Challenge is an event that requires the blogger to use every letter of the alphabet in random order. It is to encourage daily posting. You can learn more here. Several people have taken the challenge and it’s really helped me to write daily since I started. You can read my entries here. Today my post… Read More ALphabet Soup Challenge-Question
I’ve been off work for two days and I’ve travelled to Waterloo, Ontario and Bath, Ontario. For those of you who don’t know the area, it’s literally from one side of Lake Ontario to the other. I started at the bubble that says ‘3hr 11 min’ travelled west to Kitchener/Waterloo, back to the bubble (where… Read More My Whirlwind Summer, So Far