• Have a great weekend!

    It’s Friday and I’m cleaning my desk before the weekend arrives. I think we hit a record cold here in Florida. It was 28 degrees. I can tolerate the cold when it’s nice and sunny outside, but if it’s overcast and dreary, then I have a hard time just getting out of bed.

    This weekend I plan to head out to the beach for a stroll along the coast. I hope to capture some photos. That’s the plan anyways… depending on the weather.

    What are your plans for this weekend?

  • Weekend Reading

    How was your week? Mine was packed full of productivity, especially since I’ve been busy updating my website. I’m also excited to be working on manuscript revisions again. I have an agent who is interested in reading my full manuscript once I quickly polish this work and resubmit. Wish me luck in submitting again!

    Anyways, enjoy these links and have a great weekend!

    Definitely something to try out. 3 Calming, Stress-Relieving Tricks

    This is so good to know: How to Start a Conversation

    I did not know this. Interesting read about the 4 types of introversion

    I’m a Pisces. I thought this was fun to read and a light-hearted article on where to travel based on your astrology sign

    7 Productivity Apps that I’m going to test out.

  • Classic Literature Book Club

    This year in 2020, I wanted to do something different and fun. I’m starting a Classic Literature Book Club.

    I’ve always loved classic literature. I have to thank my high school English teacher Mrs. Meadows for this.

    We read so many great books from Ray Bradbury to William Shakespeare and a few of them I’ll be featuring here in my classic book club.

    Classic literature to me is stepping back into the past with writers of that time period. We can learn so much from them.

    So for the start of 2020, a brand new year calls for an inspirational classic work. For this month’s selection, I’ve chosen Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea. There is a reason why he won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1954. Hemingway wrote in short, declarative sentences, which changed the style of English prose. It’s one of his most well known work and tells the story of a Cuban fisherman, who endures an agonizing battle with a marlin. Themes that are touched in this novel range from defeat, courage, to triumph. A perfect selection to start off the New Year!

    Follow Along and Read!

    If you’re interested in joining me, be sure to get a copy of this book and check back here often. Let me know what you think about my selection for January, and if you’ve read the book, share with me your thoughts on The Old Man and the Sea.