Archive from March, 2014
Stress Busters for Moms and Writers: Mind
By     |    Mar 6, 2014
Posted in: Family, Health, Parenting, Spirit Lady     |    7 Comments

Stress Busters for Moms and Writers: Mind

Most of my friends would say I’m pretty zen but I definitely have my bad days. Or, ahem, weeks. This winter the weather has been terrible and I’m dealing with my own bout of the winter blahs so this post is a good reminder of what I need to do too. Here are my top tips for recharging your mind and getting your zen back. Spirit Lady’s Top Tips for […]

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Being a Beta
By     |    Mar 5, 2014
Posted in: Beta Reader, Books, Busy Lady, Editing, Paranormal, Religion, Writing     |    16 Comments

Being a Beta

What’s a Beta? Definition Per Wikipedia: An alpha reader or beta reader (also spelled alphareader / betareader, or shortened to alpha / beta), also pre-reader or critiquer, is a non-professional reader who reads a written work, generally fiction, with the intent of looking over the material to find and improve elements such as grammar and spelling, as well as suggestions to improve the story, its characters, or its setting. Beta […]

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Everybody’s Talking About Sisterhood with Author Therese Walsh (GIVEAWAY!)
By     |    Mar 4, 2014
Posted in: Books, Family, Sandwich Lady, Writing     |    11 Comments

Everybody’s Talking About Sisterhood with Author Therese Walsh (GIVEAWAY!)

The Moon Sisters by Therese Walsh is about will-o-the-wisps, trainhopping, and unrealized dreams…but mostly it’s about sisterhood. So WOW! Women On Writing celebrates the release of this novel by gathering some of their favorite bloggers (THAT’S US!) to share their take on sisterhood. And Therese Walsh is giving away one copy of this book to some lucky reader who enters the giveaway contest. You can enter with this post below, AND […]

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