Update January 5th: Sorry I won't be posting again until Monday. But I'll still be visiting blogs.
Please Note: 1. The winners of the annual IWSG Anthology Contest will be announced today. 2. My Thank You Giveaway ends on Friday January 6th. Click here to enter.
Happy New Year to all and welcome to 2017! IWSG has arrived and I'm happy to say that this month Alex Cavanaugh is the main host like always. This month I'm one of the co-hosts (Sheena-kay Graham). The rest of January's co-hosting team includes Crystal Collier, Eva, Chemist Ken, LG Keltner and Heather Graham. Has to be a fine month when you get two Grahams at once.
Right now I'm not feeling any new insecurities so I'll stick with this month's IWSG question.
January IWSG Question: What writing rule do you wish you'd never heard of?
None. You read right. There's no writing rule that I regret hearing about or never wished to have come across. Why? Because as a child I had zero family support …
Today I'll be integrating my Getting Personal segment with the A to Z Reflection post.
2016's A to Z Blogging Challenge ended April 30 and in it's wake are all kinds of emotions both from those who took part in the challenge and those who were just spectators. For myself I have a mixed sense of elation, tiredness, and relief. Elation from being a victor and completing the challenge. Last year I did not take part but was a minion to The Joy Brigade. This year however I was determined to take part and also ended up being a minion to a variety of blogs. About two or three ended up being removed from the challenge and another one or two stopped writing challenge posts. But there were those who went to the end even if they didn't get every letter. I send congrats to all of them as taking on this challenge is not easy. Then there is tiredness. April took a wild turn when I was hit by a bad flu. If I had not made notes of the movies I wanted to do in advance I am not sure if …
Today I'm sharing the cover for Lies We Tell by Kelly Hashway. The book releases April 10th. Congrats Kelly and there's also a social media blitz promoting this book.
Synopsis: Madison Kramer thought her past was behind her. With a new name and a career as a best-selling author, what could go wrong? She never expected Trevor Lockhardt to walk into her book signing, offering his services as her publicist, or that she’d end up falling for him. But what she really didn’t expect was a stalker sending her messages, both written and in the form of dead bodies. Madison can’t escape her parents’ murder any longer. But is it their killer coming to finish what he started fifteen years ago? How long can she keep her past a secret before her lies come back to get her? Add to your goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/33806696-lies-we-tell Stay up to date: facebook.com/KellyHashway