Sunday Levity: More Writing Rules

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Another worthy list with plenty of good info for writers.  I know these Sunday Levity posts are short but it’s a matter of relaxing and taking the day from a place of rest.  Enjoy and look for the next blog post on Tuesday, which will feature the latest updates for novella 1 of the Ravanguard series, “Dim the Veil”.  I cannot wait to share!

Also, it’s opening day and Go Giants!

Sunday Levity: Funny Signs

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It’s all about laughing today!  Sundays are meant for rest and laughing.  I’m convinced of that.  Take a moment, sip some coffee if you have it and relax.  I decided that these posts on Sunday will be more lighthearted, quick and easy.  The next blog post should be up Tuesday.  I’ll be working with one of my beta readers this afternoon, going from page to page, fixing small things.  I’ll probably write a post on this in the coming days just to share the benefits of editing the book this way.  Enjoy and have an amazing day!


Doesn’t this ring true for us?!  Hahaha!


Kudos for originality!


Makes you think…


This is not me but I know people like this.  Okay…maybe it’s a little me.  Hate’s a very strong word though.  I prefer detest.


I seriously want this for when we have a house.  More because it’s funny…partly true.

Have a great day!  Read a good book!  Spend time with your loved ones!  Just enjoy life!

 

Sunday Levity: Today’s Topic is Sarcasm

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Good morning to you all!  Well, I need some levity this morning.  Life is good and I can’t complain over anything except I still haven’t taken a shower yet (I’m getting there…)
I needed to relax and laugh and here is the best way I know how.  Here are some good definitions from one of the best Christmas presents:

Burrito: A delicious way to alienate the guests at the party you will soon be attending.

Hippie: Someone God always turns into a corporate executive just to make sure we never lose our sense of irony.

Monopoly: A board game that allows family members the thrill of screwing each other over financially.

No: A word not understood by dogs, children or commissioned salespeople.

Opinionated: Knowing absolutely nothing really loudly.

If you like these few, look for the book below at your physical or online bookstore (probably have more luck at your online one though):