Friday Linky-Links and A Winner

Not that I’m going to be doing links every Friday but it seems like a good day to make suggestions on interesting blogs.  006Especially since the yards are a sheet of ice and the dogs are going goofy.

First off, Kristen Lamb has gone to the silly side in her last two blogs: End of the World as we Know it and Holiday Spirit

These are both put down your coffee before reading posts.  Just want to warn you!

This time of year leads me to wax philosophical, and I’ve gone slightly nuts with chapter blogs.  On LERA I’m recalling that wonderful prose poem I heard when I was young (yeah, I was young at one time!) Desiderata and on the Orange County blog, Does Anybody Care it’s all about grammar rules and what readers really want.

The winner of a Gift Certificate of their choice is TRIX.  I’ve send you a private message

I’ve not yet received any requests to be in a drawing for an e-copy of one of my books.

Have a great weekend and don’t miss an opportunity to say “I Love You.” Except maybe to the cashier at Wal Mart, unless you really do.


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8 responses to “Friday Linky-Links and A Winner

  1. Author Kristen Lamb

    Thanks so much for the shout-out! 😀 Happy Hanu-Christma-Kwanzaa-Kuh to you and all your loved ones :D.


  2. I wish you a wonderful holiday. I love the photo of your doggies in the snow. As it was 80 here this week I am jealous. Great luck with the drawing for the book.


  3. Kristen is almost always a put-the-coffee-down read! Hey, if you want to come on my blog and do a giveaway, give me a jingle. I’m looking to change things up slightly in 2013. Hugs and Merry Christmas!


  4. Didn’t want to miss the chance to say “I love you, Mona” since you prompted us, and agree with your linky links, too! Merry Christmas!



  5. Can’t find any posts about Amber Kallyn’s birthday, did you forget or am I blind?

    drainbamaged.gyzmo at


    • Kathryn, someone left a comment about Amber on my author page. I don’t actually know who Amber Kallyn is, I cleared it since it obviously means something to someone??? Mind you the memory’s not what it used to be a few decades back
      Er-DUH of course I know Amber…the comment was on my author page, I’m sure she saw it


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