Dreaming Big: an Interview with GrrlWriter

I’m sitting here in my virtual living room, talking to Jessica Broughton, part-time writer and author of the blog GrrlWriter. Hi, Jessica. Hi, Tim. I really need to update the picture, since I don’t have the pink anymore! Yeah, well, I think that’s probably true of all of us. I know it is of me. […]

Reaching across Generations, an Interview with Sandra

I’m sitting here in my virtual living room with Sandra, of one of my favorite blogs Add Humor and Faith…mix well. I absolutely love her stories, especially the ones about her and her Hubby. And I actually wanted to have her over (virtually) for Valentine’s Day, to talk about love and marriage. But because of […]

Links across the Web

Today, I had planned to publish a piece making fun of book reviewers and literary critics. Because in my opinion, publishers spend way too much time sucking up to them, which is why I decided to become a book reviewer. Unfortunately, I was unable to make fun of them without sounding bitter at them, which […]

Valentine’s Day Blog Posts

On the fourth day of Valentine’s, I thought I’d link to a few cool posts from some of the blogs that I follow: Pam Epstein is completing her PhD dissertation, about love and marriage from the mid-nineteenth to early-twentieth century in America. For her research, she’s looking at old newspaper personal ads, and sharing some […]

7 Fun Links from My Feed Reader

I’ve been slogging my way through NaNoWriMo. I’ll probably call this novel From the Ashes of Courage (or some variation thereof), because I think it reflects the theme and mood of the story: risking all in the face of defeat; and less Love Boat, more As Good As It Gets. At this point, when it […]

Rediscovering Blogging

I promised something lighthearted and fun for Monday, and I know I’m a little late with this post. But I hope you’ll forgive me, and I’ll try to get future Monday posts up earlier in the day. Lately, as you may have noticed, I’ve been rediscovering blogging. That is, I’ve been writing more blog posts, […]