Reluctant bride of Twitter falls in love

I joined Twitter in June, 2009. Naturally, husband was the first person I followed.   When I began blogging in 2011, I automatically tweeted my blog posts (thank you, WordPress) because that’s what authors do, the way girls used to get married whether or not they really understood why. Between the time I joined and... Continue Reading →

Leaping Liebsters

In my last blog post, I mentioned my nomination for the Liebster “Award.” In fact, this is not an award but a chain letter. You might wonder why someone as skeptical as I would fall for such a thing. Fear not: I go in with eyes open. I understand the honor is not bestowed by... Continue Reading →

Stacked—or, the reader’s dilemma

No, I don't mean that kind of stacked. (Perhaps you have grown accustomed to following the The Write Transition and now expect all writing blogs to effortlessly---and humorously---combine discussion of bodily functions and body parts with writing wisdom.) I'm talking about a stack that rises on the nightstand to a ridiculous height. Okay, maybe we... Continue Reading →

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