It's a new year and so I am doing some new themes on the blog as others took too long and had low participation. So, we'll see if sharing fun quotes does better! I found this pic on Pinterest and don't know who made it. I think it's lovely! I've always liked this quote and … Continue reading Tuesday Quotes– Delighting in anything ridiculous
Can you match these quotes from Jane Austen's works with the right book? I did have to guess on two but managed to get a perfect score. I would say the description it gave afterward is spot on, but it did get one detail wrong. Don't worry. I fixed it. I'll let you guess if … Continue reading Tuesday Trivia– Match Austen the quote with the book
I'm pleased to have Lela Bay back with news about a collection of heartwarming romances! Read on for excerpts and news on how you can read for free! The Comedy of Marriage A big thank you to Rose Fairbanks for allowing me to guest blog. Romances are often enhanced by the love stories of minor … Continue reading Guest Post– Lela Bay: Meant to Be…Kissed release & giveaway!
Put down your tea before you go any further! I don't want anyone spitting out their drink in surprise. This post is also intended for readers over the age of 18. The other day I saw a debate about Mr. Darcy's sexual past. Oh, it wasn't the first time I've seen the arguments. It's always … Continue reading Tea Time Tattle– First Experience (short story)
Earlier this year, I set a goal to write a Christmas story. It didn't look like it was going to happen. I've moved twice this year! There have been a lot of family complications this fall. I was two months behind on Treasured! In fact, I had in my calendar to start this story on … Continue reading How Darcy Saved Christmas– Chapter One
I think this is one of the most important life lessons out there. If you fill your mind with regrets of the past and/or with anxiety of the future then you miss out on this moment. I doubt there have ever been any truly perfect moments on Earth. If all you focus on is … Continue reading Wisdom Wednesday– Happiness
A lot of writers spend November manically trying to write 50,000 words in a month for National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo or NaNo). It's really not so unattainable for the average full-time writer. It averages out to 1667 words a day, which I can do in about an hour. As long as I know what … Continue reading Motivational Monday– Slow Progress