Wednesday, June 5, 2019

NEW RELEASE! Hoosier Dad by Elizabeth Seckman

Woohoo! A new release from one of my favorite people!


Sarah Andrews can hold her own in a courtroom, but when it comes to love, she’s 0-3, and Rich Cooper was her biggest loss to date. 
Hoosier Dad is available!








Elizabeth is a mom, a wife, and the caretaker of far too many pets, all of whom her children swore they'd take care of. But they went off to college leaving fur babies in their place. She is a multi-published author of women's fiction and romance. 


Wednesday, April 3, 2019

How to Write a Book Review

After several readers mentioned barriers to leaving reviews, I decided to nix the grammar post I had planned for today and post a book review how-to instead. It's very easy. I promise.

First, make sure you are logged onto the website in question (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Goodreads, etc.).

Let's start with Amazon.

Friday, March 8, 2019

NEW RELEASE! Music Boxes by Tonja Drecker

I'm excited to announce that fellow writer and friend, Tonja Drecker, has a new book!

Be sure to scroll all the way down. There's a giveaway!

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Less Caring = Faster Writing

After a long hiatus, I'm finally writing again. (Yea!!!) My time is still limited, so - of two planned WHR projects - I chose the WIP that required less research than the one I had originally planned to write next. (Seriously. I was so sure the other WIP would be first, I had already had a cover mock-up made.) The one I ended up choosing is the less inspiring one, but the one I knew would be quicker to finish.

Thursday, February 7, 2019

Grammar Quest #3 - Answers

This post contains the answers to yesterday's post, Grammar Quest #3. If you didn't visit that post yet, you can find it here.

Below is the passage from yesterday with the mistakes marked and explained.

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Grammar Quest #3

Can you believe I missed posting this last month? I'm slipping!

The passage below contains several errors. These errors can be anything from misspellings to improper grammar to missing or incorrect punctuation, etc. I'm not going to tell you what, exactly, and I'm not going to tell you how many. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to find as many errors as you can.

You can take all the time you wish, but no cheating—no helping each other in the comments.

Tomorrow, I'll post the passage again with all the errors marked.

Read, set, go.