Or ever, for that matter. ☺
Though I do love a good game of Putt-Putt.
But I've been reading a few blogposts and writing craft articles and other inspiration, and I decided to share.
My friend Rosi Hollenbeck always does this! And I always find something helpful. Here's her link-> https://rosihollinbeck.com/blog/
Just now, while gathering her link, I found this quote.
I'm not sure if I've ever made a million think. But I like this thought.
“A drop of ink may make a million think.”
~ Lord Byron ~
(Okay, you need to hurry over to Rosi's blog. I could stay all day reading her fabulous quotes! Here's another.)
Just in case you have some time to Wander around the Web this weekend, here are some more ways to spend your time!
On what to do with a negative review:
For those of you who blog book reviews, check out and join up with Greg's "Middle Grade Monday" collections. I found him via Rosi's blog, too.
My writing group is headed out on a short retreat. We have lots to celebrate and plenty of work to do. I read this in preparation for the time away. Read all the way to the end for advice on ways to get into your character's head:
If you're a newly-published author, if you have a new book coming soon, you might want to be one of my buddy Kirby Larson's Friday friends. Here's her blog. You meet the nicest people there. AND check out her Wednesday Wisdom quotes. I could fill my entire bulletin board with them:
Hey, here's an idea. I'll spend/ waste quality time and re-arrange my bulletin board. Inspiration Awaits!
(A peek at one corner of the bulletin board above my desk)