Flowers bloomed all around us. Blue skies with soft puffy clouds lazily floated overhead. It was a lovely morning when we visited Jerusalem’s Garden Tomb. The temperature perfect, a soft breeze like a gentle kiss on the skin. Strains of music come to me now as I remember that day: “Was it a morning like … More He is Risen
What happens when goals and age collide? One of my goals is to complete a series of Middle Grade novels. A few years ago, I participated in NaNoWriMo. I put in long stretches of time at the keyboard—often typing as much as 8,000 – 10,000 words / day on that first novel. No ill effects … More Who Me?
The grandchildren and I played outside in the sunshine. The children rode their bikes in the driveway while I tethered the dog to the lamppost. A young woman walked up to us carrying a satchel. She sang out in a chipper voice. “I’m in your neighborhood to sell this fantastic new cleaning product.” The dog … More Sales Fail
Did you read last week’s article: Why Kindle? If not, please do so before reading this post. While writing that article, I debated which way to spell the shortened word for electronic books. Which is it: Ebook, eBook, ebook or e-book? My Word program only recognized “e-book.” It spell-checked everything else. Amazon chose Ebook. Grammar … More Which is it?
Did you know you can download the Kindle app free from Amazon’s website? You don’t have to have a Kindle tablet. You can download the application onto your computer or your smart phone. But why? You may still ask. Read on. Benefits of the Kindle Application: Electronic books or ebooks download quickly and easily. ebook … More Why Kindle?