5 Things I Wish I’d Known Before I Wrote My First eBook

I’m about to complete my part in eBook number 170. Here’s what I wish I’d known before I started this journey. 1. You will need to write much more than you thought. I knew that I’d probably want to write more than just one eBook, in fact, I could imagine dozens that I wanted to […]

Life Lessons From World of Warcraft (WOW)

I’ve recently started playing WOW for the first time, which makes me a pretty late bloomer as Gamers go. But it’s interesting what I’ve learned while playing. For those of you not initiated, Warcraft is the world’s largest online game community, with roughly 11 million players worldwide. For a modest $15-ish dollars a month, you […]

Another Writer’s Wrecipe – Oatmeal Cookies

This recipe for Chewy Oatmeal Cookies makes so many that I overflowed my little glass cookie jar. Is that a problem? Blend first for about 3 minutes with an electric hand-mixer; – 1/2 pound (1 cup) chilled margarine – 1 cup firmly-packed brown sugar – 1/2 cup white granulated sugar – 2 eggs – 1 […]

Why I Love Rotary

Last night, my old Rotary Club in Langley surprised me with an unanticipated accolade – I’m now a Paul Harris Fellow. The Paul Harris Award is the highest award given worldwide in Rotary, and my club chose to bestow this honour on me in recognition of my contributions to the club website, and the website […]

I’m No Longer All Thumbs

Thanks to the very kind staff at the Southwest Medical Urgent Care Dept in Las Vegas Nevada, who had a certain anxiety-ridden blogger walk in this afternoon with the end of her thumb in a sandwich bag. Despite my humiliating panic attack, they kindly offered me several delightful injections while I bled all over their […]