August/September 2022 Chilling with Books Corner with a double spotlight.

August ran away from home. Before I could catch the rascal, I was thrown into September. Chilling with Books Corner got put in the corner. The truth is I am very busy at present, and I am selfish. I like what I do and don’t know where to start cutting down. How about I decide […]

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The  April 2022 Chilling with Books Corner, courage, and another Author Spotlight

This end of month post is a little different. The emphasis isn’t quite on the idea of an ‘author’ as much as it is on as the person who exists as the person who ‘writes’. My emotions are at the forefront leading me into this post. For us in Australia it is the month where […]

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The  March Chilling with Books Corner and Author Spotlight on C. R. Alam

Procrastination is a dirty word. March arrived and is now leaving. It is so hard to believe it is the end of month but then think I have lived in a daze for the last thirty days. Correction, I know I am living in some alternative reality called procrastination. I started a new job, said […]

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The November Chilling with Books Corner, spotlighting, and sharks

My normal well-prepared  blogger persona went out the window this month. Getting my revised copy of Unexpected Obsession out there was not without difficulties but I managed and the sheer pleasure of giving it a new lease on life carried me through. Well, it did until disaster struck. I won’t bore you but for two […]

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The October Chilling with Books Corner  and Author Spotlight on Maria Ann Green

The end of this month has come far too quickly. I’m pretty sure I lost track of the days as soon as my book was ready to go up into outer space but instead took a dive into the ocean. Me and technology, a partnership made in, well, who knows? I certainly don’t but I […]

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The September Chilling with Books Corner and Author Spotlight on Bekah Berge

I love Indie Authors. They are such a supportive community, and it is support that helps us to survive the frustrations and too often testing life of a writer. They work hard not only at their craft but at all the things that publishing involves. Sometimes those things are harder than putting pen to paper. […]

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