Sveiki sugrįžę! Welcome Back!

This is a continuation of last week‘s post regarding our trip and some history of Lithuania. If you missed last week‘s post, stop on by Labas! Mes nuvyko į Lietuvą! (Hi! We went to Lithuania!) to catch up. Since my husband and I already went on a walking tour, we took our guide’s suggestion and explored the capital of Vilnius, wandering into the city’s nooks and crannies. While I would love to share all of my pictures with you, I’m sparing you from the countless number we took, only highlighting some of the things we did. During our exploration, we …

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Labas! Mes nuvyko į Lietuvą! (Hi! We went to Lithuania!)

This last weekend, my husband and I went to Lithuania. I’m of Lithuanian and German descent, so experiencing a part of my ancestry was a great experience. My grandfather was born in Lithuania, and my great-grandmother was born and raised in Lithuania. Since we went for a few days, we didn’t have enough time to venture outside of the capital, Vilnius. The weather wasn’t too cooperative, but we enjoyed ourselves nonetheless. Because of the history and the number of pictures I have, I decided to make this a two-post blog. I’ll post the continuation next Wednesday. When I was around …

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A Southern Touch with Janice Olson

Thanks for stopping by for another fabulous look into an Indie Author’s world. Today, I’m introducing you to Janice Olson, a southern woman with a love for God and writing. So grab a cup of coffee, or Southern Comfort if that’s your thing, have a seat, and get acquainted with Janice’s southern charm. 1. Describe yourself in 150 words or less. To describe myself is difficult, but I think I’ll start by saying I’m a dyslexic introvert who, over the years learned to become an outgoing dyslexic extrovert. I’m still reticent to push my books or me; however, I can …

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Revision Decisions

I’m a non-traditional writer, who doesn’t follow a specific writing process or has ever declared, “I’d die if I couldn’t write.” My muse is most likely an old, witty, drunken fool, disgruntled about age or lack of funds. Or maybe I’m confusing it with my guardian angel. Anyways, I don’t have a set writing practice; I do what works for me at the time. This probably isn’t the best thing to do, but alas, it’s how I roll. When I became involved in writing forums, I would get nervous about not having certain “bonds” that supposedly make us writers. I …

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