New book review up!

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Hello, Write Edge readers! I have a brand new book review up for you right now. Find out what I thought of The Murder of Adam and Eve by William Dietrich. Here’s the link to it: The Write Edge Bookshelf.

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!


A week for gratitude

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Good morning, Write Edge readers! Before I get into this week’s content, I want to say welcome and a huge thank you to the newest members of The Write Edge family. Thank you for extending to me a chance to offer you something interesting and exciting and fun. Thank you for showing your faith in the potential of this blog. Your interest in The Write Edge keeps me going and spurs me to continue to provide you with content from the heart.

Speaking of the heart I have a quote for you today that comes from the heart of someone who knows about hardship. As always I try to share with you quotes that you can apply to your life’s passion no matter what that might be. I think this quote encourages us to retain courage, but I think it also encourages us in an inadvertent way to be grateful for what we do have. Read this quote at “A Writer’s Heartbeats”.

Later today I’ll share with you some thoughts on writing and also some fun updates on my own publishing goals. Come back for that this afternoon.

On Wednesday I’ll have a brand new book review for you. I’ll share with you my thoughts on The Murder of Adam and Eve by William Dietrich. Did the title catch your eye? Be sure to return to The Write Edge Bookshelf in the middle of the week to find out what I thought of the novel!

I know we have a holiday this week, but I’ll still have writing prompts for you on Thursday on The Write Edge Writing Workshop. And on Friday I’ll share with you a brand new Growth Chart.

Have a wonderful week, readers!


Brand new Spurts: Do you know what it means to be popular?

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Good morning, Write Edge readers! I hope you’ve had a wonderful week and are staying warm. Please be careful as you move around your respective towns. There is nothing more important than your personal safety.

As you stay indoors and look for something to do, check out the latest Growth Spurts and my adventures with my kids. Here’s an excerpt from today’s Chart:

“Mamma, I’m really sorry, but when it was A.’s birthday we had treats and I didn’t know it was an ice cream sandwich and I ate both cookies.”

I smiled. “It’s okay. Thank you for telling me now.”

“The cookies had M&Ms in them,” she said, putting her hands on her hips, almost challenging me to get upset with her.

Read all of the Spurts now!