IWSG: I'm Writing a Special Book

http://www.insecurewriterssupportgroup.com/ The awesome co-hosts for the December 4 posting of the IWSG are Tonja Drecker, Beverly Stowe McClure, Nicki Elson, Tyrean Martinson! Okay, first of all, I owe the group an apology. Completely missed November's post. Can't remember why other than I woke up realizing IWSG post day was past. It may happen every now and again. Am I …

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#IWSG: Being Authentic

Welcome to #IWSG's monthly gathering of authors who confess the truth about writing a best seller, and/or offer guidance from their wealth of trials and tribulations. Click on the link to discover more author blogs and their passions.  The awesome co-hosts for the October 2 posting of the IWSG are Ronel Janse van Vuuren, Mary Aalgaard, Madeline Mora-Summonte, and Ellen …

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WildNorth: Surviving Alberta’s Wild North Highways

WildNorth Emergency Transport - my record for the longest and most costly transport - 1129 kilometers (700 miles), 12 hours traveling time; and $400 (gas, lodging, food, windshield washer fluid) As a WildNorth transport volunteer, I've developed a reputation for taking on the long distance runs. Driving Alberta's ribbon of highways and backwoods country roads …

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IWSG: Ultimate Writing Cave

Welcome to IWSG's monthly gathering of authors who confess the truth about writing a best seller, and/or offer guidance from their wealth of trials and tribulations. Click on the link to discover more author blogs and their passions. The awesome co-hosts for the September 4 posting of the IWSG are Gwen Gardner,Doreen McGettigan,Tyrean Martinson,Chemist Ken, and Cathrina Constantiner! …

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A Bat Loose in my SUV

As a transport volunteer with WildNorth, I take on the responsibility of transporting injured wildlife to WildNorth's hospital in Edmonton, Alberta. This story reveals how one such transport almost became a disaster. WildNorth received a call that a small bat had an injured wing. The rescuers were from Fairview area - about five hours from …

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