Life After Life is Jill McCorkle‘s sixth novel, and her first in 17 years. It’s a story of interwoven lives centered around the Pine Haven retirement home in a fictional small North Carolina town that bears [...]
Bloggiesta weekend ended yesterday. My third-ever Bloggiesta was a semi-success. I learned that Pedro is the mascot because PEDRO stands for Plan. Edit. Develop. Review. Organize. Pedro is also why chips and salsa are the recommended snack for Bloggiesta, and margaritas the recommended drink.
Bloggiesta weekend starts today, an excuse to fiddle around with the blog. Here’s the to-do list for my third Bloggiesta. I don’t know if some of these items are even technically possible, given my programming limitations, and whether others are only theoretically possible for someone [...]
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