Monthly Archives: July 2013

My Beacon highlight…

This was by far my favorite story this week.  Ben Baltz is an inspiration.  At the risk of repeating myself from the other night… when things get tough… get tougher! ;p  Way to go Ben! Click the pic to enlarge.

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Kevin Klehr on Journal Jabber tonight!

I’m so disappointed I have to cancel this interview because Kevin Klehr’s book, Drama Queens with Love Scenes is turning out to be a funny romp through the imagination. Fortunately, Amy Eye, hostess of extraordinary hostessing powers, is taking over. Be … Continue reading

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Why I write…

This was shared to my Facebook wall and I have to admit, it’s frighteningly true ;p  As long as I have fingers to type, the world remains safe.  I suspect this is true for many of us…!

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I just learned…

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I’ve been converted to country…

I’l admit that the only reason I accepted the invitation to listen to Parker James Willingham’s show July 13 is because his manager is on top of things, a.k.a. she nicely pestered me. It wasn’t anything wrong with Parker – … Continue reading

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TGIP: Stacking for max benefits

It’s TGIP and yes, I am so glad to have another payday I’m doing my best to stretch it so far it screams ;p and one way to really make it last is stacking. Stacking is combining sales, rebates, coupons, … Continue reading

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Sign ‘o the times

Our Food World is closing next month. Since moving here I have only heard good things about the store – everyone loved it.  Apparently it had the best prices, friendliest employees… best produce.  So why is it closing? All the … Continue reading

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Beacon highlights

It was a great week at the Beacon!  I got to interview Carsten Stroud about the sequel to his book Niceville, called The Homecoming.  I’ve had no time with all the finishing up moving and family visiting so I’m still at … Continue reading

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Journal Jabber night with Debbie Dadey

Welcome back to Journal Jabber – Be sure to listen in because Amy is refreshed and excited to be back after the long holiday with Debbie Dadey as our guest.  She is the author of over 150 children’s books to … Continue reading

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The importance of tagging…

The other day I got a reality check and realized two important things: 1. I’m not as tech savvy as I’d like to think. 2. I need to start being more tech savvy. It started when I was making virtual … Continue reading

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