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Inspirational Quote Monday! #10 of 2014

Inspirational Quote Monday! #10 of 2014

It’s Inspirational Quote Monday! Here’s the quote for the week – “It is what you read when you don’t have to that determines what you will be when you can’t help it.” – Oscar Wilde    

First Kiss Friday – Sink or Swim by Stacy Juba

Today’s First Kiss Friday featured guest is Stacy Juba, author of contemporary romance Sink or Swim.  Welcome Stacy!  Here’s the first kiss between Cassidy Novak and Zach Gallagher. After lunch, Zach followed Cassidy to her stepfather’s building and escorted her up to the third level. She stopped at the second door down. Glenn wouldn’t be home for […]

Inspirational Quote Monday! #9 of 2014

Inspirational Quote Monday! #9 of 2014

It’s Inspirational Quote Monday! Here’s the quote for the week – “Spring passes and one remembers one’s innocence. Summer passes and one remembers one’s exuberance. Autumn passes and one remembers one’s reverence. Winter passes and one remembers one’s perseverance.” – Yoko Ono    

First Kiss Friday – Quotable by Kathy L Wheeler

Today’s First Kiss Friday featured guest is Kathy L Wheeler, author of contemporary romance Quotable.  Welcome Kathy!  Here’s the first kiss between Genna Lyndsey and Rick Johnson. Irritation filled Rick, noting the dark storefront and the hour Genna Lyndsey heedlessly took for granted. It seemed an unnecessary risk, loaded down with her purse and another bag. Probably […]

Ahhh.  Spring Break.  What Break?

Ahhh. Spring Break. What Break?

This past week was Spring Break from my day job.  A week off.  A week off! you say.  Wow.  And that’s how I looked at it.  An entire week!  Just imagine what I could accomplish writing!  Start a novella, edit a book, write, write, write.  Sigh.  Somehow it never turns out like I think. This […]

Inspirational Quote Monday! #8 of 2014

Inspirational Quote Monday! #8 of 2014

It’s Inspirational Quote Monday! Here’s the quote for the week – “The first day of spring is one thing, and the first spring day is another. The difference between them is sometimes as great as a month.” – Henry Van Dyke