Jennifer Taylor dishes on the details of writing deadlines. Glamorous or pure torture? With her usual wit and style, Jennifer tells all. Enjoy.
Darlene Corcoran shares her experiences with the Butt Glue. She compares the results gained when she applied Butt Glue to her writing, to the satisfaction one receives from an excellent meal. Think you may be hungry for your turn at applying Butt Glue? If you are, then don’t hesitate to sample what Darlene has to say…
Barry Denham got more than he asked for when he requested to take home the bottle of Butt Glue. Read how this sassy little bottle got him ‘stuck’ to his seat, and inspired him to put his fingers back on the keyboard. Go, Barry, go!
This week’s Boogie Writes is definitely not Gluten Free. Jennifer Taylor mixes her love of bread and writing, serving us a new perspective on how both of these elements combine to create something wonderful. Enjoy!
Fifty Shades of Butt Glue? Read on to learn more about Carol Megge’s experience with the infamous Butt Glue Challenge during the month of March. You’re in for a wild ride!
Jennifer Taylor turns this months “Boogie Writes” over to Loretta Rogers. Last month, Jennifer asked readers to share any experiences they’ve had with dark moments in their writing career. Loretta Rogers has kindly agreed to share her own experiences in surviving a dark moment.
Dylan married her high-school sweetheart and they are busy living out their own happily ever after in sunny Florida with their two incredible daughters and a snoring Shiz-Tsu.
Dylan can be found online at: DylanNewton.com
The first quarter of 2015 is now over. Aargh! Doesn’t that statement give you angina? After over a decade in corporate America, I have lingering anxiety at these times of the year. I suppose it’s a residual throwback from years of creating quarterly management reports. I always feel the need to do a gut-check at the beginning […]
Lexi Post applies her version of Butt Glue, now called “Super Butt Glue” to achieve her goal of meeting a tough writing deadline. Does Super Butt Glue work? She invites you to read on…
Once again, Jennifer Taylor’s “Rubberband Man” proves he is a sensitive and surprising man, even though he hates pencils. Ah, but there is a solution… read Jennifer’s latest blog to find out her Valentine’s Day surprise.
In this weeks Thursday Tidbit, Loretta Rogers provides insights into writing compelling women’s fiction. She describes the similarities and differences that exist between women’s fiction and romance. What is that big difference? Women’s fiction deals mainly with women’s relationships to other women, rather than women’s relationships with men. Enjoy!