Month: November 2016

Sticky Statements

A Guest Post By: Amanda Stephens Author of “Learning To Ride Again”   I am sick of sticky statements.   A year ago, I had the privilege of attending a writer’s conference, and in one of the sessions, the speaker, an author of many published books, schooled the audience of novices on the importance of sticky statements.  A sticky statement… Read more →

#VOTE: Even if It Comes Down to Santa and The Easter Bunny

*Contented Sigh*  It’s November.  The beautiful season that brings so much change.  Leaves turn beautiful colors, crimson and gold, and scatter the ground.  Boots and scarves make their way out of the dusty recesses of the closet.  Starbucks continues it’s coveted Autumn menu.  Pumpkin Spice, we want to marry you and have your tiny, orange babies.   Or you live… Read more →