Well, I tried my own website on BlueHost last year and just didn't care for it. So, I'll be back here where I started a little over a year ago. I'm going to change things up a bit before I start posting again, but look for new posts starting in April. I am taking part … Continue reading Back Home Again
Still trying to figure out how to get my two sites merged, but until then here is the link to the Giveaway on my new blog. Spring Cleaning Giveaway Hop
I've finally made the leap from WordPress.com to my own website on WordPress.org. My new website is: Elissakane.com Fingers crossed it is working alright! Please swing by and say hi. I'l also be taking part in a giveaway tomorrow, so be sure to stop by. Thanks so much!!!
One of the writers in my local writing group mentioned a fun writing challenge taking place this April. The Blogging from A–Z Challenge is pretty self-explanatory. You choose a theme, or not, and write a post for each letter of the alphabet. Because I am not good at winging things, I have already decided on my theme … Continue reading Blogging from A–Z Challenge
Copyright Year: 2014 Genre(s): Non-Fiction, Design ISBN: 9780385345996 Series: None Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars Amazon Summary via Goodreads: For those who have ever lost themselves in the stylish worlds of novels like Sense and Sensibility, The Age of Innocence, Wuthering Heights, The Picture of Dorian Gray and countless others, this design book embraces the fantasy … Continue reading Book Review: Novel Interiors
For the past few weeks I just haven't had the energy (or drive) to really do any writing. I didn't touch my book at all last week, and even this week I'm just not too enthused to do anything with it. That goes double for blogging. So, how do I get my writing mojo back? I'm … Continue reading I think I’ve lost my mojo
So, I didn't win the Powerball jackpot yesterday. Bummer! I was already deciding what to do with my millions. After paying off my bills, giving some to family, and donating to my favorite charities I was going to spend the rest of my days in a house on the water, where I could open up the windows … Continue reading Writing Haven