Atir Ailgenan rearranged the materials on his desk for the ninth time, muttering to himself: “A stitch in time will save nine, a stitch in time will save nine….” Then he closed his eyes, cracked his neck left, then right, and took a deep breath. Walkabouts of the Great Wyrm: Part Fourteen | @MDellerRead more of this blog post »
Photo by Mika Baumeister, Unsplash
Attract The Right Job Or Clientele: Update Your Communication Strategy
The talk about an inclusive environment gives everyone pause to consider whether you need to update your communication strategy. One traditional sentiment states, ‘Don’t talk, do!’
ForRead more of this blog post »
There are three tiers to your book launch--marathons, sprints, and pounces.Read more of this blog post »
There’s safety in a bowl of spaghettiA mistake-free performance could only happen if it were so unambitious as to be, frankly, boring.Now that we know how precious cheese is, don’t let it go to waste!Christmas, Halloween, birthdays galore, our house was that home where you knew you could bring your Read more of this blog post »
Title: Becoming Human
Author: Holly Gray
Publisher: NineStar Press
Release Date: September 21, 2020
Heat Level: 2 – Fade to Black Sex
Genre: Paranormal, LGBTQIA, romance, paranormal, action, urban fantasy, lesbian, animals, bodyguard, interracial, magic, mythical crRead more of this blog post »
My Beat This Year: Taking Care of the Grownups
When I shifted out of the classroom and into supporting adult professional learning, I was worried I’d miss the kids too much. I do miss the kids, but I’ve found that I really love working with adults, too. I especially love when I get to join thRead more of this blog post »
Workfront’s 2019 State of Work Survey reported that American workers spent 60% of their workday working on tasks that were not their core responsibility. Time was spent in meetings, answering emails, and doing other administrative tasks. As companies grow, designers are faced with the same challengeRead more of this blog post »
Today my good friend—and friend of the show—Jenny Rapson is back for a deep dive into one of our favorite shows of all time, PSYCH. In preparation for the new Psych movie released on NBC’s streaming app, Peacock, this summer, both Jenny and I rewatched the series. And in case you aren’t impressed yeRead more of this blog post »
It was a fun surprise when I was gifted a copy of Emma Rattray’s book The Rug Bear. We are really into bedtime reading (and afternoon reading) in our home, so new books quickly become favourites being toted from room-to-room...
The post Kindness, Sharing, and Emma Rattray’s The Rug Bear appeared firsRead more of this blog post »
I often shout about Autumn Equinox as a time to pause and reflect; to soak up the reds and golds of the turning season and to sigh in the sun before it goes away.
This year, it feels a little condescending to do that. So many of us are struggling because of the currentRead more of this blog post »
Editura Nemira lansează Vânătăi ascunse: Ce nu știi despre violența domestică te poate ucide, cartea jurnalistei Rachel Louise Snyder despre fenomenul „terorismului intim“ și extinderea violenței domestice în SUA, cu studii de caz, analize și portrete, istorii personale și miturile care înconjoaRead more of this blog post »
Afirmacion cuantica Yo siempre tengo tiempo. Una afirmación cuántica es una creencia que está directamente creando mi realidad. Si yo digo no tengo tiempo estoy viviendo una realidad en la que siento que no tengo tiempo para mi, es una realidad estresante y ansiosa. Mi afirmación cuántica es yo siemRead more of this blog post »
Kendra talks to Vicki Laveau-Harvie about her memoir, The Erratics, which is out now from Knopf.
Check out our Patreon page to learn more about our book club and other Patreon-exclusive goodies.Read more of this blog post »
The word God may make you uncomfortable. If so, good. Let yourself be uncomfortable.
Whatever makes you uncomfortable, when it happens, let yourself be uncomfortable.
Notice your habit of avoiding discomfort.
Now ask yourself these questions: What about this discomfort is so terrible? Am I sure that IRead more of this blog post »
Friends can I show you the bread that I’ve been making all quarantine behind the scenes?
It’s the sort of recipe that seems too simple to actually work. Suspiciously easy and unbelievably comforting – that’s the combo I’m after. I also expect my recipes to be super versatile in case I want to aRead more of this blog post »
Equinoccio significa 'igual noche', ya que la duración dRead more of this blog post »
Photo by Kristian Seedorff on Unsplash
The summer felt like it would never end, but finally it’s candle weather again. In August I penned a Halloween-themed middle grade book featuring a haunted house, a creepy corn maze, and a graveyard where the skeletons come to life. It was crazy fun to writeRead more of this blog post »
Have you ever wished that you could verbally tell the story of a photo and connect it to the image? Suppose you could do that through an app or a phone call. And it was FREE. There is a company that offers a way to save those photo stories by putting pictures and words together. It’s pretty amaziRead more of this blog post »
The Value Disciplines Model was developed by authors Michael Treacy and Fred Wiersema. In their model, the authors use the term value discipline to represent any method a business may use to differentiate itself. The Value Disciplines Model argues that for a business to be viable, it must be successRead more of this blog post »
Having written quite extensively about the dire responses of the British government to the crises surrounding COVID-19 earlier in the year, I have held back from further criticism and writing about this for almost two months. It seems extraordinary, though, how few lessons seem to have been learnt iRead more of this blog post »
Dragonsdale: Skydancer by Salamanda Drake
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
The story of me picking up this book is a rather long one. Was it last year when I happened upon Volume 2 of this series at the local thrift store? (This is a rant for another day, but Book 2, entitled “Riding the Storm,” committedRead more of this blog post »
Ask the Author: Featured Authors