Reading, Writing, and Whatever Else You Like to Do

You thought I was going to use that old adage that everybody has heard since the earth cooled, but no I won’t put you through that. I know it’s Saturday and there are things that you probably have to do, but hopefully you’ll find some time to do those things you like to do as well.

In my world reading and writing go hand in hand because if you didn’t read then there wouldn’t be anywhere for the books that we writers write to go. Of course most of us are also avid readers so we would probably read each others work, but I love to make readers happy or stimulate their thoughts with what I write.

I also love spending time with other writers and people in the publishing industry. It’s awesome to be in a room full of writers and watch or almost hear the wheels grinding. Some of us need a little oiling now and again to get the books to the stage that you see them when you pick them up at the store or download them for your Kindle, Nook, or iPad .. I probably left somebody’s technology out but you know what I mean.    Almost Foreve

I found a new author, Deborah Raney. She has a ready smile and is delightful to talk with over breakfast. She is a knowledgeable workshop presenter and most of all for you readers, an excellent storyteller. Almost Forever: A Hanover Falls Novel is the first book in a series that I am sure you will love.

In this first book, Byn Hennesey, a volunteer at the Grove Street Homeless Shelter, was there the night the shelter burned to the ground and five heroic firefighters died at the scene. Among them was her husband, Adam. Like the rest of the surviving spouses, Bryn must find a way to begin again. But Bryn must do so living with a horrible secret …

This is a great read! I hope you won’t miss it.


8 thoughts on “Reading, Writing, and Whatever Else You Like to Do

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  2. I appreciate your comment. Between changing website hosts, publishing 4 books at the end of last year, and some other big changes, I have to admit that I haven’t been as consistent as I’d planned with my blogging. However, I’m planning on changing that soon so I hope you’ll keep coming back

  3. I appreciate your comment, thank you. I wrote op-ed articles for a regional newspaper when I first started writing professionally. The point of those articles was to get people thinking and I’ve tried to keep that premise in at least most of my blog posts.

  4. I’m quite late posting your comment and responding, I apologize to you and others who have left comments and waited. I broke my hand in August and am still trying to catch up with everything. Yes, this blog is a little different, but there is room for each of us to have several views at the same time or change our views somewhat with experience. I think some of my earlier blogs compared to later blogs will reflect that. You bring up a very good point.

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