Let Me Have It!

Okay, you asked for it. Today is promotional blog day. Yes, yes it is. We all must take time to promote, and promote I shall. I’ve had some of these on my sidebar, but not everyone looks through them. If you do, I appreciate it, and apologize for the repetition. If you don’t, well then this post is for you. Stop rolling your eyes. Focus! Monthly Newsletter Baer Books Press sends out a monthly newsletter! Check out the sample, http://us10.campaign-archive2.com/?u=0a3772c2e67cd9690fd20a574&id=97659b2dd0, and if you want to keep updated, click on “Subscribe” in the top left corner. U.S. Amazon Giveaway I have …

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The Grace of Being

Today, I have the pleasure of introducing you to Gracie Bradford. I love the name Gracie. This woman is full of energy and an inspiration for all. There’s so much to say about Gracie, so I’ll let her do the honors. Please give a warm welcome to this woman of many hats. Describe yourself in 150 words or less. Words to describe myself are fun loving, driven, risk taker, and daring explorer. Loves shoes and to collect unique and colorful accessories. Love football! You might see me in the stadium of a college or an NFL game cheering for both …

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A Slice of Tale

Pizza comes in all sizes, shapes, and desires. Ooey Gooey. Crisp. Stuffed pizza. Thin crust. Stuffed crust. There’s the soft, flaky crust, wood fired oven crispy, bubble crust, a butter crust, and many more. We all have our favorites. Some of our likings have probably changed over the years too. When I was younger, I loved the thin crust piled with cheese, sausage, onions, and green peppers—the oil glistening and pooling on top of the pizza. I’d eat the tiny crust ends and then go for the middle squares. Being a Chicagoan, Giordano’s stuffed spinach pizza was also a favorite …

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Sonnet Guest Post by Jeri Walker

I had planned to post this in April during National Poetry Month. Jeri Walker put together a post on how to write a sonnet. A freelance editor and writer, who I had the privilege of working with on my second novel, Fogged Up Fairy Tale, Jeri shares with us her knowledge of poetry and writing from her years of teaching. How To Write a Sonnet How to write a sonnet has been known to strike fear in many souls. Maybe you were forced to pen one back in school, or you tried composing a sonnet later in life with mixed …

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