Browsing Category "Sandwich Lady"
The Case for Romance in Middle-Grade and Young Adult
By     |    Nov 25, 2014
Posted in: Books, Romance, Sandwich Lady, Strong Girls and Women, Women's Fiction, Writing     |    10 Comments

The Case for Romance in Middle-Grade and Young Adult

Question to anyone who wants to answer: When you read a mystery, science fiction, bestselling novel or any other fiction novel, whether you are an adult, a teen or a child, do you like some romance in the story? I ask this for a few reasons. First, when I asked for ideas to blog about for girls, my wonderful friend Amie, who counsels teens and families, said, “Girls want to […]

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On a Quest for Readers Part Two
By     |    Nov 18, 2014
Posted in: Humor, News & Events, Sandwich Lady, Writing     |    7 Comments

On a Quest for Readers Part Two

The other day on WOW! Women On Writing‘s blog I wrote a post about my quest for readers. If you want to read that post, you can check it out here. Basically I am wondering, how does an author find readers? I have asked my publisher and writer of dystopian women’s fiction, Robin Tidwell, this very same question. She talked to me about how I don’t really have books in […]

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Want to Read A Woman’s Quest Novel? Check out Thieving Forest! (Giveaway)
By     |    Nov 11, 2014
Posted in: Books, Interviews with Authors, Martha Conway, Publishing, Strong Girls and Women, Writing     |    7 Comments

Want to Read A Woman’s Quest Novel? Check out Thieving Forest! (Giveaway)

We are very excited to welcome Martha Conway to the Lit Ladies today with her historical fiction literary novel, Thieving Forest. It’s FULL of strong female characters, which we love. Here’s a snippet from the WOW! blog post that launched the book almost a month ago: “When a band of Potawatomi Indians kidnaps her four older sisters from their cabin in June 1806 at the edge of Ohio’s Great Black […]

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Why I Voted Today and How To Get Others To (Maybe)
By     |    Nov 4, 2014
Posted in: News & Events, Sandwich Lady     |    2 Comments

Why I Voted Today and How To Get Others To (Maybe)

Today, I voted. No, I don’t want any applause. I’m not the best at voting during mid-term elections, but I did today. I made it a point–got rid of the excuses and went to my polling place, where there was no line. Why did I vote today? SO I would have a blog post topic? Nah, although it’s nice to have something to write about. I voted because I had […]

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A Child With Cancer Makes Others’ World Series Dreams Come True
By     |    Oct 21, 2014
Posted in: Family, Sandwich Lady, Sports, Sports, Strong and special kids     |    No Comments

A Child With Cancer Makes Others’ World Series Dreams Come True

It’s been 29 years since the Kansas City Royals have been in the World Series. The last time was 1985–they played and BEAT my favorite team, the St. Louis Cardinals. I have to say, and if you are my Facebook or Twitter friend you know, that I am a bit disappointed this year is not a repeat of that 1985 series, when it could have been. But alas, the Cardinals […]

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Winners of Maggie Mae Book Party and More
By     |    Oct 7, 2014
Posted in: Books, Sandwich Lady, Writing     |    3 Comments

Winners of Maggie Mae Book Party and More

I’m happy to announce the winners for the Maggie Mae book party I had last week, as well as the winner of Stress Fracture AND a couple of more opportunities. SO keep reading to find out the news. . . WINNERS OF MAGGIE MAE Three e-books were given out during the party, for answering trivia questions on Facebook and sharing cookie recipes on my blog. The winners were: Cathy C. […]

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Tara Meissner, Author of Stress Fracture: A Memoir Of Psychosis (Guest Post and Giveaway)
By     |    Sep 30, 2014
Posted in: Books, Guest Blog, Strong Girls and Women, Tara Meissner, Writing     |    7 Comments

Tara Meissner, Author of Stress Fracture: A Memoir Of Psychosis (Guest Post and Giveaway)

We welcome WOW! blog tour author Tara Meissner today in celebration of her memoir: Stress Fracture: A Memoir of Psychosis. She is guest posting on what makes someone a writer–but believe me, she is definitely a writer, whether she feels it or not! What a brave woman to write and share with the world the story of her own psychosis and bipolar disorder. The cover states, “[This book] offers a […]

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