Monthly Archives: December 2012

Insecure Writer’s Support Group and More

Hi everyone,

Finally decided to join the Insecure Writer’s Support Group. Thanks to Alex J. Cavanaugh for hosting this.
First Wed of Every Month
Also wanted to say welcome aboard to all the newbies. Thanks to David P. King for the shout out on his blog today.

Will be starting to rework Book 1 of my series this week. Thank you to two of my CPs Yolanda Renee and Nancy for their feedback on the first two chapters of Book 1. Have some reworking to do but it is all good. Will post a snippet soon.


Posted by on 12/10/2012 in A Creative Mind Blog



And You Are? Blog Hop

Morning everyone, here are the answers to the questions. Hope you enjoy reading them. Thank you to Tammy and Emily for hosting this.

Here is the link to the main post:
And You Are? Blog Hop

These are the “And You Are…?” questions:

1. How many speeding tickets have you gotten? 2. I’m surprised with how fast I drive I haven’t gotten more.

2. Can you pitch a tent? No. 

3. What was your worst vacation ever? A trip to the beach that lasted one day and was supposed to last a week.

4. What was the last thing you bought over $100? My laptop

5. We’re handing you the keys to what? I’m getting the keys to a porsche

6. What was the last meal you cooked that made even 
you sick? Meatloaf

7. Fill in the blank: Oh my gosh! Becky, look at her butt! It is so 
big. She looks like  ____? 

8. What was your first car? A 1992 Saturn SL2 

9. Your best friend falls and gets hurt. Do you ask if he/she’s okay or laugh first? I ask if he/she
s okay while I laugh.

10. What’s the worst song ever? Friday by Rebecca Black.

Posted by on 12/03/2012 in A Creative Mind Blog



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