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Week In Review: Cold, Cold, Cold, Cold...!

Hey everyone!  Been super busy lately-- training for work, school stuff, other commitments -- and more things kicking in next week!  I didn't post last Saturday  because I was helping my mother at a craft show.  And kind of hoping that some of the Christmas stuff wouldn't sell because it's too pretty.  Oops.  She has a Facebook page and an Etsy shop if you want to see some of the decorations I'm talking about. 

This week was mostly a blur of realizing that I was, in no way, prepared for the sales I'm brewing for the shopping season.  I think I've remedied that for the most part, so if you have any of my books on your wish list, make sure to stick around!  That said, if you're also planning to offer sales anytime during the Christmas shopping season and would like help spreading the word, send me a link to your book(s) and your sale dates/prices, and I'll feature 'em on my social media feeds!  Just drop a note, comment, message...you get the drill. 

SpireGirl 2018 Blog Tour: Spotlight!

Hey everyone!  I'm excited to be participating in the SpireGirl 2018 tour both today and Thursday!  Click HERE for the full tour schedule so you can catch up on posts and look forward to the upcoming features.  While you're there, make sure to check out Medomfo's blog!  She has some awesome content. 

Now for the spotlight:
If you were familiar with the Robertson family back when they had their own show - Duck Dynasty - you may already know who this is because she was on a few big episodes.  For those of you who don't know what I'm talking about, you'll want to look them up online because each person in their family is inspirational, and they have authored some wonderful books as well.  The inspirational lady I'm highlighting today is Mary Kate Robertson, who is married to John Luke. 

She blogs on The Little Duckwife and while she doesn't tour or speak like her sister-in-law Sadie, she often writes very worthwhile, wholesome posts.   From anything about …

Week In Review: October Farewell

How was everyone's week?  I've been busy working on graphics and some other fun plans for the rest of the year.  If you want to check into social media tomorrow, I have some exciting news for you guys, especially indie authors, and then on Tuesday and Thursday I'll have some special posts that you won't want to miss.  This means that the normal Wednesday post won't be up, but I think these ones will be more interesting!  Come to think of it, I'll also have a quick post on Monday, so I guess next week will be "every day EXCEPT Wednesday..."

ICYMI: Kellyn Roth's newest book, Beyond Her Calling, is out now. Click HERE for my review.


Currently reading: When We Were Young by Karen Kingsbury and Why Do I Believe? by Chip Ingram. This week I also read and finished The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi , the novel adaptations of the movies, and they were pretty fantastic. I also read The Love Languages of God  by Gary Chapman (thanks Netgalley!) a…

Blog Tour: Review of "Beyond Her Calling" by Kellyn Roth!

Hey everyone! Instead of the boring "writing tips" post that I had planned for you guys this week, I am excited to be reviewing Kellyn Roth's new release, Beyond Her Calling, as part of the her blog tour. This was a beautiful book and I loved pretty much every part of it. Let's get to it, then!
Beyond Her Calling "At twenty, Ivy Knight feels as if she hasn't accomplished anything of worth. Her life stretches on before her, empty and pointless. Though her faith in God and her mental abilities have strengthened, she still doubts herself. Does God have a purpose for a socially awkward, often confused and frightened young woman?
Jordy McAllen has just returned to Scotland after his education in London. Though he has accomplished a lot for a farm lad such as himself, he fears that what everyone has always said about him may be true: he won't really make a good doctor. Determined to prove himself, Jordy snatches up the opportunity to become the doctor in …

Week In Review: Head Above Water

Hi, all! How has your week been?
I just finished Everything And Nothing ahead of schedule, so on Monday I'll be emailing PDF copies to everyone who signs up for my monthly newsletter!  It's all free, so why not check it out?

My week has been the new-ordinary-too-busy-help variety.  I just realized that I had some sale plans for November/December that I needed to work out, which I hadn't.  At all.  Oops.

Also, the great realization that the fancy ole degree I've chipped away at for the past 7 semesters -- probably isn't worth much of anything.  Times are a'changing.  When I started college, everyone told me it was a must if I wanted to get a job that isn't in foodservice.
I worked foodservice for 2 years to pay for this degree.
I would rather keel over into a vat of boiling oil than go back.  I have the scar to prove that burning oil means business.
Cue three and a half years later -- "job requirements: high school diploma or GED."
I don't k…