I've recently read Caroline's first book, The Firestone Key, and I have to tell you, not only was this book creative and full of twists and turns, the author is down-to-earth and extremely fun. Today, I'd like to welcome my new friend, Caroline Noe, whom I call Carrie. MN: Can you tell us about your… Continue reading Caroline Noe
If you are or have ever planned to write a memoir, this is what I’ve learned while writing my own.
Hi, there! Today I'd like to tell you a little more about the book I wrote. It's been a long road to get to where I am and I'll tell you, it was worth it. Writing a book is one of the best things I've ever done. If you're writing a book, my best advice… Continue reading New Release: Piggybacker
Welcome to author interviews. Lately, I’ve realized there are a lot of great authors out there that get buried underneath a pile of rejection letters and self-doubt. Social media is a wondrous thing, but it only gets you so far. Once a month I’d like to showcase a very special author. This week, I have… Continue reading Sarah Bailey
Welcome to author interviews–the first of many, I hope. Lately, I've realized there are a lot of great authors out there that get buried underneath a pile of rejection letters and self-doubt. Social media is a wondrous thing, but it only gets you so far. Once a month I'd like to showcase a very special… Continue reading Charlie Knight
I have enjoyed posting about my crazy antics over the last year, but with a new year comes changes, big changes. I had the privilege of being interviewed the other day and I thought, "I'd love to do something like that." So, The Papercut Diaries is getting a makeover. Sounds like fun, right? I certainly… Continue reading BIG NEWS!
As I think about writing this post, the only thing that comes to me is the taste. It sincerely gives me the willies just thinking about it. It's a sweltering July evening. I'm staying with my mother, since I recently moved home from across the country and we want nothing more than to soak in… Continue reading Evil Ants
Yep, I've fallen through a chair. Twice! Fun fact: Charles Darwin added wheels to his laboratory chair, in order to be able to move freely and have easy access to his tools and paper. Isn't that creative? It's Sunday (family day, as my dad calls it) and we're circled around a table playing board games,… Continue reading Chairwoman of the Floor
Dear Diary, Today I ripped another shirt. Today's topic is one that I hadn't really thought about until today when I tore a brand new shirt--and I'm talking brand spanking new! I got it last night, washed it and put it on when I got up. Four hours later the shirt got snagged on the corner of… Continue reading Rip Between The Lines
June 4, 2018 Dear Diary, I tried a new recipe today and somehow managed to fudge it up. Unfortunately, it wasn't a recipe for fudge or I'd be okay. I don't know how I keep doing this! I'm trying to get healthy, and if that weren't a battle in itself I have to add cooking.… Continue reading Recipe Disaster