The Best Way to Achieve Goals? Recognise Accomplishments.

What have you accomplished this week? I can tell you that I've finished two books for work, made two medical-related calls, spent a couple hours on a volunteer writing project, read a handful of books, tidied around the house, and cooked dinner a couple of times. Woohoo! I could also tell you what I didn't … Continue reading The Best Way to Achieve Goals? Recognise Accomplishments.

The Pipe Predicament Chapter 3 – A Sci-Fi Mystery Story

Adan leaned forward. “You know something about this?”  Kr’zani’s tail swished lazily. Behind the fierce expression, Adan knew there were rapid calculations running through that brain of his. His nose twitched like he was sniffing the air.  “You’re telling the truth,” Kr’zani said grudgingly.  “Of course I am!” Adan spread his arms and stood to … Continue reading The Pipe Predicament Chapter 3 – A Sci-Fi Mystery Story

Reblog: A Field Of Mines: Publishing Twitter by Path To Publication

Post by L.O. Nobi First of all, I want to start by saying I’m so glad I’ve gotten my blogging mojo back! I hit a serious iceberg on my publishing journey and my creativity ship sank, making me struggle with blogging about this path. Feeling eager now to write this post, made me realize my […]A … Continue reading Reblog: A Field Of Mines: Publishing Twitter by Path To Publication

The Pipe Predicament Chapter 2 – a Sci-fi Mystery Story

As the moment of discomfort passed, Kr’zani sniffed. Was that the same smell from the fuel pipe coming from Stone? “What's put you in a bad mood today, then? Don't tell me it was…well, me?”Kr’zani’s tail swished back and forth as he identified the scent for certain. “This is my normal mood, as always, Mr. Stone.”“And … Continue reading The Pipe Predicament Chapter 2 – a Sci-fi Mystery Story

Reblog: What Did You Say? Favourite Idioms by Something to Ponder About

Language is so dynamic. It’s constantly shifting. It changes from nuance to nuance depending on generation, culture, population, political correctness and slang. I’ve known of immigrants – Greek-Australians – who on retirement from work in Australia, decided to reverse-migrate, back to the old country of Greece, to live out their declining years. To their surprise […]What … Continue reading Reblog: What Did You Say? Favourite Idioms by Something to Ponder About