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For those of you who choose to follow my blog before it’s officially online, please excuse me while I work my way into making it the best I can before I go “LIVE.” I’m getting the hang of WordPress and learning more about blogging, but am still working out content and my approach for posting. Once everything’s under control and my blogging weather is “good for launch,” Writer Side UP! will be UP and running! When that first post goes UP, you’ll be automatically notified if you’re already following. Looking forward to having you here 🙂
BOOKMARKS NOTEPADS & MOUSE PADS
(offered on both blogs) Writer Side Up: at Creativity Cookbook:
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I JUST WON A PRIZE IN THE #ArmchairBEA Twitter Chat! What a great week following blogs participating in it all week long. Book lovers are the BEST! 😀
FIRST BOOK OF THE YEAR 2014!
Since my blog isn’t up yet, I’m including this in my Pre-launch post. On the wonderful “Book Journey” blog, Sheila is hosting “First Book of the Year 2014” 🙂 Check it out here:
To say I LOVED this book? YES, I DID!!! I was drawn into Carley’s story from the first page and it never let up. My heart was poked at and twisted more during this read than any book I can remember, and I sobbed for so much of the last third of the book (which I could NOT put down and read ’til past 4am!), I had puffy eyes the entire following day.
This book is filled with heart, conflict, generosity, unconditional love and characters so believable, you feel like you could touch them, hug them, hold their hand and even smack them when they needed it. I consider this a “must read” for young and old alike. Outstanding writing. Outstanding story.
My entry for Susanna Leonard Hill’s
Goldilockup by Mike Allegra
Vertical with Title/Author and Bars:
Taken from this artwork:
…and I figured I’d show you the left side of the page spread (which is what it was originally done for, leaving room for the text):
This is how it was to look as a double-page spread: