"The process of writing books is somewhat akin to a very long police interrogation in which the detective leans over the table littered with the butt ends of cigarettes and cold coffee in Styrofoam cups and says for the 87th time, "Now let’s go over this again." It is a study in repetition, the ability to read the same page, paragraph, sentence until it could be recited backward and in French in hopes of figuring out which detail is missing, which idea is false.
"If ever there is tomorrow when we’re not together… there is something you must always remember. You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.
If you’ve never seen this video or heard about these two, I promise you’ll shed some tears as you watch these elephants reunite after more than 20 years apart. So heartbreaking how they had to live and the abuse they suffered because of humans, but beautifully touching to watch them find they had someone special in their lives again.
I get excited whenever I see inclusive commercials, no matter what the product is that’s being featured. We just need more. More of this ad, the related documentaries released by Honey Maid, and their response to the negative feedback. Go Honey Maid!
Team of Two
Authors from the genre are posting throughout the month, and there will be lots of prizes and giveaways, including a grand prize giveaway of ten books. For the full schedule of guest posts check out this list, and be sure to stop by the blog as often as you can during the month because there will be individual giveaways too.
My post will be up at Scorching Book Reviews on April 28th. Hope you…
An oldie that reminds me of Grady and Mateo from I SWEAR TO YOU.
When Christian admits what he feels for Olli:
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I’m such a sucker for puppy cuteness. Throw in a guy being sweet and adorable with his dog, and I’m all melty. Here are three vids that fit the bill.
Siberian husky playing in leaves. Love the guy’s giggling too.
Boxer puppy laughing. Love me a man who loves his dog
One of my favorite typos from working on I SWEAR TO YOU: Grady was still…