Last week, when I said I was getting back on track, apparently I lied. It was a false sense of progress. As I explained last week, I’d had to get a new laptop because my old one was dying. The first one I got, a Dell, had a defective touchpad that stopped working during the setup process. After two and […]
After writing last week that I needed to cut back on how often I posted, I ended up even further behind than I already felt I was.
I’ve been working hard on a book. At the same time, I’ve also been trying to take care of my house, my kids, and homeschool my kids. We have field trips, park days, and other activities that take up more time beyond just the actual teaching and planning. And in the middle of all that, I’ve also been attempting to […]
When I wrote my first novel, back when my oldest son was an infant and toddler, all I had to work with was paper and pen, or the word processing software that came with my computer. If I recall correctly, it was something like Microsoft Works. It was very simple, nothing fancy – and not easy to organize. Going back […]
I’m reviewing Nowhere to hide by Lindsay McKenna, as part of the Tasty Book Tour Virtual Tour. I was given a free copy of the book by NetGalley, in exchange for this honest review. I’m also excited to welcome Lindsay to the blog, as she talks to us about the inspiration behind this new and exciting series. There’s also a giveaway for a $100 […]