Author Archives: Kay

Then Comes Easter

Tweet Yesterday I shivered in the chilly damp.  The wind, blowing through the clouds, beat down the daffodils and tulips, and peppered the rain soaked ground with pink and white blossoms blown from the trees. Yesterday was Good Friday. The weather is nicer today.  Nicer, … Continue reading

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The Fable of the Porcupine

Listen to what a porcupine has to teach! Continue reading

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Cell Phone Numbers Go Public~!

Cell phone numbers are going public. Protect your phone~! Continue reading

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How Do You Solve a Problem Like… uh…??

Good writers research thoroughly. Follow these steps to help you become a more savvy researcher.

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8 Excellent First Lines + 1

Tweet What do you think of this prize winning first sentence? “Cheryl’s mind turned like the vanes of a wind-powered turbine, chopping her sparrow-like thoughts into bloody pieces that fell onto a growing pile of forgotten memories.” If you love … Continue reading

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Watch Out, a Suit Could be Coming!

Help create jobs. Sue Mom for bad mothering. Continue reading

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Free Kindle: “The Faith of Ashish” Take 2

Free Kindle edition: The Faith of Ashish Continue reading

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Of Geese and Politicians

A political lesson from the goose who thought he was a steer. Continue reading

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A Sweet to Tide You Over

A delicious recipe from India referred to each of my three “Blessings in India” books. Continue reading

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Adverbally Yours~

Adverbs are not what they were in Agatha Christie’s day. At least they shouldn’t be! Continue reading

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