Monthly Archives: February 2014
If you’re like me, you like to read. I mentioned a few days ago that having all day to read would be great. But realistically, most of us very seldom have an entire day to devote to reading. However, finding … Continue reading
There I was…minding my own business…surfing the web…when this popped into my email inbox. Message received.
What kind of book is better? A hardcopy book you can hold in your hand, place on a shelf, feel the pages turn, loan to a friend, and use a cool bookmark to hold your place of where you left … Continue reading
If you’re reading this blog I assume you’re a reader of books, but my question today is “Do you listen to audio books?” I have never listened to audio books and though I have often considered it, I really never … Continue reading
I was reading my digital copy of February issue of The Writer magazine on my iPad this afternoon and came across this little quiz to determine if you are an extrovert or an introvert writer. There was never any question … Continue reading
I’m the type of person who can pretty much read anywhere. At the breakfast table, in the lunch room, at the dinner table, standing up, sitting down, lying down, on a plane, subway car or train (though not in an … Continue reading