#MondayMeme #MondayBlogs

First Monday of the New Year, and though I’m very busy with my visiting family, I did want to stop by and let you know that things are picking up around The Write Stuff, bit by bit. Just to get the week off to a good start, here are a couple of writing, reading, and book-related memes to make  you smile. Hope a couple of them are new to you!


31 thoughts on “#MondayMeme #MondayBlogs

    • Happy New Year, Trish, and I understand completely. I can lose an entire morning just getting READY to write. I’m working on avoiding that, myself! But for now, still enjoying my family for a few more days. Honestly, we’ve been having such a good time. They are out canoeing today, giving Granny a rest. Mark went back to work today, which is probably restful for him, too, compared to a 2-year-old and a 7-year-old. And Kaelen thinks the sun rises and sets with Gramps, his hiking buddy. 😀 I’ll probably do a shortish post on their visit after they leave Saturday.

      Hope all is well with you. We’ll have to compare notes VERY soon! 🙂 ❤


    • Thanks, Craig. They’ll be leaving Saturday, probably, and I’ll be back, slowly getting things scheduled here again. I do have a guest tomorrow, so hope you’ll check out her post. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

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  1. Have a great new year – fingers crossed. Good to see you back on The Write Stuff, and I’m glad you’re getting to enjoy your family – we’ve just been put back into full lockdown, so just as well I’m not a very family-oriented person! Lots more reading and writing time…

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    • One can never have enough reading time, Debby, so there’s that to be glad about, anyway. I’ve been watching the news from the U.K. and sending you loads of positive thoughts to help you through. My family will be on the road back home (taking their two cats back with them, after a year and a half with us), and life will get back to something akin to normal for me around here. I HOPE. 😀 In the meantime, try to have a Happy New Year, and I’ll work on doing the same! 😀

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    • Hahaha, I know just how you feel. I’m appalled when someone I otherwise enjoy dislikes a book I’m passionate about. I try to tell myself we are each unique and it’s fine to have differences in taste, but in my heart, I wonder about them just a little bit. 😀 😀 😀 I’m glad you enjoyed them, though, and thanks for stopping by today! 🙂

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    • Thanks, Mae! It has been such a wonderful visit, I’m going to have to share some things with you guys when I start catching up. Still have another four days or so with them, before departure, too.

      And yep, on that last one. It is truly maddening when you can’t get that sticker off all the way after you get the book home, too! GAH!!! My print books are my “art” collection, and I can’t stand for them to be messed up at all. 😡

      Thanks for stopping by, and stay tuned for a wonderful guest tomorrow! 🙂

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    • I know! Sometimes I use up my whole morning just getting READY to write! I’m going to work on not doing that this year. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by, Jan. Glad you got a laugh or two! 🙂

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  2. “What if?” is definitely a pestering question and “What doesn’t kill us, gives us something new to write about,” definitely hits home! This is a great list, hilarious and oh so relatable! Thank you for welcoming the New Year with chuckles. YAY! 😁

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    • As a NON-outliner, my What-If notes are the basis for each book I write, Gwen. It works for me. 😀 Glad you enjoyed these, and got a chuckle or two out of them. Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

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    • Thanks, Don. I suspect we could all write books based on life experiences such as she mentions. I know many of my own pop up in my books already. Glad you enjoyed them, and thanks for stopping by to let me know. 🙂

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