All I Want For Christmas Book Tag

Here’s another holiday book tag, which I found on Sophie’s blog at Sophie’s Corner.  Thank you for sharing this tag with us!  By the time I publish this post, it will be after Christmas, but I’m flexible with holiday dates, and am too impatient to wait till next Christmas to do this tag.  Let’s get […]

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The Holiday Drinks Book Tag

My friend Malanie @ Malanie Loves Fiction shared this Holiday Drinks book tag on her blog, which sounded quite appealing and delicious.  (Thank you for tagging us, Malanie!)  This is the first time I’m doing a book tag too.  In fact, I will answer these questions using only LGBTQ+ romances!  Admittedly, this won’t be much […]

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The Rising Author Write Tag

Thank you to Sophie @ Sophie’s Corner for tagging me in her post.  Instead of describing one particular story project this time, I will be talking in general about my writing experiences. Here we go! Rules: No tagging back Tag four people Thank the person who tagged you Come up with 10 new questions What […]

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Thoughts on Deliberate Practice and Outstanding Achievement

Anders Ericsson, a psychology researcher, studied many internationally acclaimed musicians, chess players, athletes, and experts in other domains; he postulates that innate talent doesn’t exist, and that we need at least 10,000 hours of deliberate practice to become a world-class expert in a field.  This is called the 10,000-hour rule, a.k.a. the 10-year rule, assuming […]

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