Hello, I love you won’t you tell me your name?


Wow. Two years of nothing posted. In the shower the other day, I was thinking and so forth, and had a blog idea. Well, a post on this long defunct blog idea. AND a blog idea.

The alphabet. Every writer that ever was (slight exaggeration) has written a book, a short story, a blog post or something that involved using the alphabet as a kick off point. So I know this isn’t a new idea. But hey, when Ah itches, Ah scratches!

These will NOT be regularly scheduled posts. I am done with assignments and deadlines and shoulda, coulda, haveta. But I do plan to get all 26 letters dealt with in 2015. Which probably means there will be a dozen posts in December! 🙂

Look out for the first for letter A – Assumptions, Anticipation, Anteaters – one of those or another. Coming to a blog near you.

Oh. And a new blog. Inspired by the great Helen Yoest, gardener and writer extraordinaire! (http://gardeningwithconfidence.com/blog/) Soon… very soon…


About ReaderWoman

Professional reader and researcher for writers - Reviewer and Editor for online book review sites - AVID reader (well, duh!) writer, crafter (sewing, jewelry, fiber art) photographer, herb gardener, love to learn new things - Married 3842 years, 2 "kids" (now 34 and 36) and two grands (13 and 15) Born and raised California Girl, with stints in Tennessee, learning to speak Southern, and Arizona, learning that living in a trailer is NOT fun! Enjoy conversations with wine and chocolate, long walks and being with hubby and family. Life is good!
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One Response to Hello, I love you won’t you tell me your name?

  1. Jo says:

    Can’t wait! 🙂

    Sent from my iPhone


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