Why would you apologize for what you read for pleasure? Every book read for pleasure should be celebrated. And novels that celebrate love, commitment, relationships, making relationships work -- why isn't that something to be respected? - Nora Roberts
I Tweet not, neither do I Like. OK, so now I Tweet. So sue me.
Here we may criticize the book, but never the one who reads it.
Proud supporter of the Oxford comma, and any other comma I can wedge into a sentence.
Authors: You are welcome to comment here, on the review of your book or any other post.
Friday, December 19, 2014
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Monday, December 15, 2014
Warning: We get real specific about anatomy here. It's at the end of the post.
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Thursday, December 11, 2014
Now if I could just get them to stop recommending that I follow every person and every business in the state of Iowa. I made the mistake of agreeing to follow the local newspaper and ended up with links to every article in it for the past ... I don't know, a long time. I think I've fixed that. I think they've promised not to keep offering me things to follow.
Jeepers, do they read my email? At least I kept them from adding all my email contacts. Yikes!
I'm not sure how follow requests work, but I'll figure it out. If I taught myself to run a computer and taught myself Excel and PowerPoint and Access, I can surely figure this out.
MFOB apparently means something to a Hispanic/Latino group on Twitter, so that was taken. I also Googled it and found Mother-f_____g something or other, so I went with MFOB_Reads.
Jaysus, I need a cup of tea.
ETA: Jeepers, I need a Twitter etiquette book. Do you thank people for following you? Even if it was a day or two ago and you're just now getting back to the computer? How do you know when a thread is dead and your 2 cents isn't welcome. Yikes. This kind of thing was not covered in my grade school deportment classes.