Jinxie delves into the wonderful world of spelling for you, and gives you some commonly misspelled and misused words.
My wonderful minions, please welcome mystery guest blogger LS Fayne today, who will be discussing self-publishing and why she chose it over traditional publishing. An interesting topic for those newbie writers out there. I've been talking with Linda for several weeks now, and she's a lovely lady. We have a few things in common, one… Continue reading LS Fayne – Why I Chose to Self-Publish
Since the spammers are being stupid now and only leaving me comments with links, which I won't EVER approve OR discuss outside of this sentence due to their subject matter (things best left for erotic tales and little blue pills), I will now have to switch topics. So there will be no more Spam Comment… Continue reading Writing/Editing Tip of the Week – Passive Voice
I know this should be common sense, but some people fail to see the issue, so listen to me when I say... If you have longer hair, always, ALWAYS pull your hair back/up BEFORE you start cooking, even in your own damn kitchen. I'm sorry, but finding a hair in my food makes me want to… Continue reading Cooking Tips #12
Every year, people write posts, articles, emails, tweets, etc. about the things they're thankful for. Every year, I roll my eyes and scoff at the holiday just like I Bah! Humbug! Christmas because, quite frankly, without children in my home, holidays just don't mean a whole helluva lot to me anymore. I'm single. I'm childless.… Continue reading A Thankful Day
After the "Hi, how are you?" and "What are you doing?" emails, never EVER ask the person "can I text you?" because all you're going to get is an email stating "I'm sorry, but I'm NOT giving you my number after only two emails. Have a nice day." Seriously people, I'm not on this fucking… Continue reading Dating Site Tip #8
Generally, when you wink at someone and they wink back, that's a pretty clear indication that it's okay to contact them. Just saying. Don't be scared. Just do it. Write that email!
The first and foremost ingredients in seasoning your food is salt and pepper. Why? Using salt and pepper first brings out the flavor in any dish. If you don't use salt and pepper, give it a try once and taste the difference.
Ladies and gentlemen, it doesn't do you any good to lie (or stretch the truth) about anything on the site because once you meet in person, we can pretty much see certain things you've lied about. Your height, for instance. If you're my age (early 40s), you are no longer 6'6" even though you were… Continue reading Dating Site Tip #6
Today's tip, I got from Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger, which is a hilariously awesome show and entertains me on many levels. Don't give too much information (TMI) on the first date, phone call, etc. because you have to leave some mystery, people. Besides, all those skeletons in your closet will come out down the road eventually. For… Continue reading Dating Tip #5