Category Archives: Blog

The Freedom of Rights

Today is Independence Day in the United States of America, and I believe this post rings true today as it did when I first wrote it. Some may argue by saying, “But they…” and I will listen to each and … Continue reading

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Choosing Your Genre

When I heard that Ron Shannon was doing a blog post about genres, my ears…um, eyes…whatever perked up. This is the same person whose story The Hedgerows of June sucked me in and wouldn’t let me go, so of course I … Continue reading

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Author Jessica Bell’s Blog Stop

Author Jessica Bell’s Blog Stop   GUESS THE TRUE STATEMENT & WIN JESSICA BELL’S THRILLER, WHITE LADY! (Statement #84)   To celebrate the release of Jessica Bell’s latest novel, WHITE LADY, she is giving away an e-copy (mobi, ePub, or … Continue reading

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The In Your Write Mind Conference at Seton Hill University

Originally posted on roneeshannon:
A little over a week ago I went back to Seton Hill, where I earned my MFA, and attended the In Your Write Mind Conference. The conference is held every year during the last week of…

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When the Voices Stop

Being a writer, I’ve had many people toss questions my way that range from the mundane, “How many words do you write in a day?” to the technical “What is your favorite format, e-book or paper, and why?” However, nothing … Continue reading

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My Non-Resolution Resolution

A lot of people take New Year’s Day to reflect on moments past, working up to “resolving” to change either past behaviors or to do things that they have long procrastinated upon doing. Me… I do my best not to … Continue reading

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One Person Can Make a Difference

Growing up, I wasn’t the only kid who loved to watch Knight Rider. I also wasn’t the only one who knew exactly who said, “One man can make a difference.” So, it was a bit shocking to me that, after … Continue reading

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Book Review: Trinity Bound by Carrie Ann Ryan

I acquired a copy of Trinity Bound when the author sent out a call in need of reviews for her (at the time) yet to be released book. Having read the synopsis I was intrigued by the premise and decided … Continue reading

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The Lessons of Perceptions

I love perceptions, almost as much as I love words. Being a people watcher and a student of human behavior, I find it interesting how people react in certain situations and/or their instant perceptions to other people or unfamiliar circumstances. … Continue reading

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The Controversy of the PayPal Controversy

I’ve been watching this growing debate about PayPal with a strange mix of puzzled amusement. Facebook and other social media sites have been lighting up with both sides of the debate spectrum and only seem to be calming down weeks … Continue reading

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