Educational Pursuits: It’s not all about History

So, a while back I talked about going back to school and then why I’m a history major, but that’s not the whole story. Nope. It started with a career search. And ended with a decision to register in school to go for a Bachelor degree in History. I was working as an Admin Assistant […]

Writing 411: The thesis statement

The thesis statement is the most challenging for me to write. Every. Time. And Im not sure why! I mean, I think I do fairly well when it comes to writing. My essay papers tend to stay within the A to A- range. I did have a paper or two that’s gotten a B+ but […]

BookJunkie 411: Scandal In Skibbereen (County Cork, #2) by Shelia Connolly

Genres: mystery Author: Sheila Connolly Release Date: February 4th, 2014 Publisher: Berkely Series: County Cork, #2 Read: July 2014 The Hook: Missing art, Ireland, mystery This is such a good series! I know I’ve taken a while to review this book here on my blog, but see here for my reasons (not excuses) and cut me some slack, please. Ms. Connolly […]

Biblio 411: Scandal In Skibbereen (County Cork, #2)

Genres: mystery Author: Sheila Connolly Release Date: February 4th, 2014 Publisher: Berkely Series: County Cork, #2 Read: July 2014 The Hook: Missing art, Ireland, mystery This is such a good series! I know I’ve taken a while to review this book here on my blog, but see here for my reasons (not excuses) and cut me some slack, please. Ms. Connolly […]

TV Addict: The Made-for-TV-movie and other stuff

Growing up in the 90s, before OnDemand and online streaming, there used to be something called the made-for-TV movie. Now, I know they still exist on channels like Hallmark and those Christmas movies that explode on the scene come November, but the ones I’m thinking of are the ones they used to show on network […]

Don’t Give Up on Blogging

Great tips! And I like that it’s a small enough list to remember. KISS (Keep It Simple Sweetheart).

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