The first post today is from D.G. Kaye and is her regular share of Writer’s Links.. this week a bumper crop on a number of important topics.
Writer’s Tips January Edition – Writer Beware, KDP, Twitter, Passive Income
Welcome back to the first edition of my compiled Writers Tips for 2020. This edition is chock-full of informative articles for bloggers and authors on what we can expect from the publishing industry for 2020 and avenues to explore to add side income with our writing skills into our writerly lives.
Schemes, scams and issues encountered by writers, where to avoid putting your cash into. Writer Beware is an excellent site for checking out the latest caveats in the business.
Head over and take advantage of the other links to post that help writers naviagate the murky waters of publishing...D.G. Kaye Writer’s Tips.. Scams, KDP, Twitter, Passive Income
Check out Debby’s new series here on Smorgasbord – D.G. Kaye Explores the Realm of Relationships
If you are feeling a bit blue then head over to The Story Reading Ape and be returned to your normal colour by perusing his Monday Funnies…Here is a snippet to whet your appetite..
Head over and be entertained: The Story Reading Ape – Monday Funnies 27th January
And even more to brighten your day and renew your faith in the good in life, including the beauty of wildlife. Through the lens in Cindy Knoke’s camera and with her words we can enjoy the stunning sea birds… and the post is aptly named.
is the thing with feathers,
(seagulls fishing Washington state)
that perches in the soul,
(puffin in the open ocean off Washington state)
Head over to enjoy the rest of these wonderful images and words: Hope by Cindy Knoke
I retired early after 27 years as a psychotherapist/mental health director and moved to the outer limits of no-wheres-ville to a home I call “The Holler.”
My closest neighbors are coyotes (packs and packs of them and they are HUNGRY), rattlers (lots and lots of them and they are MEAN), and free range cows/bulls (the bulls aren’t too friendly either).Forget cell phones. They don’t work out here. Forget GPS, it misdirects.
It’s best not to wander too much out here, the people (and their dogs) are kinda twitchy.
To reach The Holler turn right at the reeking chicken farm, proceed down a bunch of pot-holed semi-streets/dirt roads, past the abandoned refrigerators and occupied old RV’s and then things get kinda dicey. My friends usual reaction to the trip to The Holler is, “You’ve got to be kidding!” Or, “Next time let’s meet half way.”
This is our little bit of heavenly Appalachia right here in rural California.
I like to write and if something strikes my fancy, usually something odd or unusual, you will learn about it here. And thankfully, at The Holler, almost everyday is odd and unusual. So “Holler Happenings” including photos of flowers, birds, and wild animal interactions, are included.
I travel three-four months a year so you will find my photos of locales from all over the world. The good, bad, and the better. So put your feet up and let’s devote our attention to the best things in life, the things we want to do.
Thanks for dropping in today and I hope you will head over to read the posts in full.. thanks Sally.