13 thoughts on “#MondayMeme #MondayBlogs

    • God bless Google. 🙂 I don’t write medical thrillers or police procedurals, but I don’t want to make blatant mistakes, either, so I try to double check my facts. Symptoms of illnesses should be correct, for instance, along with enough knowledge of weapons to know which end of the knife to stick in the bad guy. 😀 You can find those basics in a hurry, if you familiarize yourself. Imagine how many countless trips to the library and interviews with experts writers had to do in the “old” days. 😯

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      • I know, Marcia. The only trouble is finding so much interesting stuff, I go from one thing to another, nothing to do with my initial search. Love the ‘which end of the knife to stick in the bad guy. .LOL Back to edits… and then to bed to read. Only four reviews behind ! 🙂 x

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        • Glad I made you smile. 😉 And I know what you mean about ending up leagues away from what you started searching for in the first place. I used to do that (in the OOOOLLLLD days) every time I looked up a word in the dictionary. I always ended up reading the entire page. But NOW, we have all these tempting links and pictures to suck us in deeper and deeper. And don’t even get me started on the ridiculous concept that one can make a quick swing by Pinterest for anything. OMG. The biggest time suck on the planet!!!

          The internet is so wonderful, except when it isn’t. 😀 But I wouldn’t want to go back to life without it. It’s lovely to have “met” people from all over the world, and that alone makes it so worthwhile! I hope “bed and reading” is in my future tonight, too. That’s always my reward for making it through another day. 😀 Sleep tight!

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