I See Me: Mirror vs. Selfie

Flip hair, turn head, tilt up, squint, flip hair, tilt down, purse lips, widen eyes, part lips, look straight. Every angle gives me sassy, sultry, alluring, cute. Someone fun to be around. Wanting to show off, I grab my camera and snap a selfie, or ten. As I look back at the pictures, all I … Continue reading I See Me: Mirror vs. Selfie

That’s One Way To Rebound

When my neighbor was giving away their mini trampoline, my mother's first inclination was to take it. Why? I don't know, good intentions I suppose. It sat downstairs for a good year or two, having no real purpose than being something fun to jump on for a minute. That is, until I discovered rebounding. What … Continue reading That’s One Way To Rebound

SCRIBEdelivery- September, My One Year Anniversary

Oh my goodness, can you believe I've subscribed to this package for a YEAR?! I know I can't! If you're interested in reading any of my other posts, here they are: September October November December January February March April May June July August Wow! That's a lot of stationary! And I've loved every minute of … Continue reading SCRIBEdelivery- September, My One Year Anniversary

Why Writers Should Market Themselves- Carrow Brown

Hello, hello! Welcome to August, and welcome to my newest guest poster! This is Carrow. We met on Twitter through the writing community. She has a book called, Queen of Swords and Silence, out now. Click the link to check it out! Finally, here is her post about the scary (or is it?) world of … Continue reading Why Writers Should Market Themselves- Carrow Brown