Archive for 'life'

“Here’s a nice healthy plate of . . .”

With Thanksgiving nearly upon us, this seems apropos. :)Comic: "Here's a nice healthy plate of . . ." via the Awkward Yeti

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“You make me want to be a better brain”

Good morning! Have you had your coffee yet? Comic: "You make me want to be a better brain" by The Awkward Yeti

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Halloween recap

It’s Thursday, which means it’s Getting To Know You Day on my Facebook page! Would you like to join us? Please do. :)

Image: Halloween recap

 

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“You can shake the world”

Monday thoughts. :)

Illustration: "In a gentle way, you can shake the world," via Katie Daisy

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Happy weekend!

Here are some great ways in which to spend it. :)

Illustration: "50 Ways to Take a Break"

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A two-sentence horror story

Goodreads asked, and I answered. Read on if you dare!Graphic: "Can you tell us a two-sentence horror story?" Question via Goodreads, answer via Lisa Berne

To see more of my Goodreads Q&As, and to follow me there, click here.

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Reality, or . . .

. . . anything else? Happy weekend. :)Comic by the Awkward Yeti: Reality/Anything Else

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Thinking big!

I’ve heard it said that Texans think big, and recently I’ve learned of one awesome way they do: elaborate homecoming corsages! Check ’em out:

via the Wall Street Journal

via the Wall Street Journal

via NPR

via Jezebel

This is inspiring me to think big this week. Happy Monday. :)

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The joy of socks

This image recently crossed my Twitter feed and I was instantly charmed. I’m not sure exactly what makes these socks specifically engineered for reading, but somehow I just love the idea of it. :)Photo: Reading Socks by Indigo

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Celebrating Julie Brannagh

I was deeply saddened to hear the news of fellow Avon author Julie Brannagh’s death. Jane Porter and Elizabeth Boyle have organized an all-day Facebook event tomorrow, October 10, to celebrate not just Julie’s life, but also the release of her book Necessary Roughness. Stop by for shared memories, and giveaways, too!Graphic: Celebrating Julie Brannagh

Click here for the Facebook page. And here if you’d like to order Necessary Roughness.

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