Saturday, August 4, 2018 What a relief to be in my sanctuary. Sit down and relax relax with me. Last time, I voiced my dislike of acronyms. It inspired our marvelous Story Reading Ape to be a bit of a prankster. He spontaneously created a slue of acronyms as he wrote a story (yes, he … More The Atonement Glowing Pigs and Artie the Genius Chimp
Saturday, May 26 2018 Hello, one and all. Come on into my sanctuary and have a seat with Lulu and me, because this post is kind of a hodgepodge. Today I begin with a respectful moment of silence in observance of the coming Memorial Day (USA). Sometimes called Decoration Day it is a federal holiday in the United … More Hullaba Hodgepodge
Saturday, May 19 2018 Hello, one and all! Thanks for being part of my Get Caught Reading Month. Chris Graham – the Story Reading Ape and I had a great time with the mini-series. You’ve caught me reading again. This time it’s The Sorcerer’s Garden by D. Wallace Peach. Diana calls her blog Myths of the Mirror. I … More #GetCaughtReading 2018 — The Books & A Hullaba Lulu Extra!
Saturday, May 12, 2018 Hello, everyone! I’m back for more Get Caught Reading Month festivities. Chris Graham – the Story Reading Ape and I collaborated for a mini-series in honor of this event. But first… You caught me reading another great book. This week, you’ve caught me reading one of my favorites by Sally Georgina Cronin — Just an Odd … More Artie Meets the Alchemist Conclusion — #GetCaughtReading 2018
Sunday, May 6, 2018 Hello, one and all! It’s Get Caught Reading Month. I couldn’t resist making a video for the mini-series Chris Graham – the Story Reading Ape and I are doing in honor of this event. Please click here for episode-1 of Artie Meets the Alchemist*. Video trailer follows. Learn how to win a free Kindle … More Artie Meets the Alchemist Video! — #GetCaughtReading 2018
Saturday, May 5, 2018 Hello, everyone! It’s Get Caught Reading Month. Chris Graham – the Story Reading Ape and I are together again for a mini-series in honor of this event. There’s also a free Kindle book to be had — read on to learn about that. But first… Every week, you’ll catch me reading a different book. … More Artie Meets the Alchemist 1 — #GetCaughtReading 2018
Saturday, March 17, 2018 It’s not really St. Patrick’s Day as I write this, but it is my writing day for Thistledown. However, I’m not up to continuing the story today, so I’m taking it easy on myself to some extent. Hopefully I can do some more editing for Atonement in Bloom. Here’s a snippet from Atonement … More Happy Saint Patrick’s Day
Wednesday, January 17, 2018 The New Year’s celebration is finally wrapping up, here at Jazz Age Wednesdays. Chris Graham, the Story Reading Ape! collaborated on a story with me that started here. I couldn’t resist keeping the tale going for a few episodes. However, today I present my conclusion. Part-1 (here) began with Chris’ character, Artie … More Jazz Age Wednesdays 19 ― Pip & Artie Meet Again – Part 3
Wednesday, January 10, 2018 I’m still celebrating New Year’s here at Jazz Age Wednesdays. You see, the pos-i-lutely darb, Chris Graham, the Story Reading Ape! collaborated on a story with me. Chris started the tale in which my character Pip, and his character Artie get together. Sharing ideas with “the Ape” was such fun that I … More Jazz Age Wednesdays 18 ― Pip & Artie Meet Again – Part 2
Wednesday, January 3, 2018 Happy New Year to you from Teagan’s Books and Jazz Age Wednesdays! Yesterday I was crowing when I saw Teri Polen’s review of Murder at the Bijou – Three Ingredients 1 (see it here.) What a keen way to start the year! With these Roaring Twenties posts, we’ll be putting on the … More Jazz Age Wednesdays 17 ― Pip & Artie Meet Again – Part 1
Hello all. It’s time for my once-a-month guest post at the tree-house of the Story Reading Ape, aka Chris Graham. On Thursdays I make a special point of helping people thrive, and that’s why I’ve gone to visit the Ape. (Please swing by and say hello — click here — because I had to disable comments here today, with … More Thriving Thursdays: Some will never find it. Will You?
Thursday, October 19, 2017 Hello everyone. Welcome to another Thriving Thursday. I’m Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene here with a guest post for Chris Graham, the Story Reading Ape. Click over to the “tree-house” and say hello — I’ve disabled comments here. Thriving Thursdays: Busy? Maybe That’s a Good Thing Too busy to be discouraged — but not too busy to thrive! Here … More Thriving Thursdays: Busy? Maybe That’s a Good Thing
Wednesday, October 11, 2017 Welcome to October at Jazz Age Wednesday. I’ve been so busy, I forgot today was Wednesday! However, I’m here now, with something new for the Pip-verse and I’ve gotten all Halloween-ish! Writing Process I was honored when Chris Graham*, the Story Reading Ape himself, agreed to do a short story for one of my … More Jazz Age Wednesdays 5 — Pip in the Corn Maze
Gotcha! Caught you blog reading. It’s Get Caught Reading Month — a nationwide campaign to remind people of all ages how much fun it is to read. Last year I did a zany series where an intrepid band of bloggers (and their pets!) tried to catch the illustrious Story Reading Ape in the act of reading. … More Time Travel Esc-Ape
Thriving Thursdays: Fear or Courage Yeehaw! I’m back at the Tree-house again with Chris the Story Reading Ape, for another Thriving Thursday! This post is already live at his site. He has a lot of other great stuff too, so be sure to visit my favorite Ape. I’ve been down with a nasty sinus-allergy … More Thriving Thursdays: Fear or Courage?
Crowing Pains No, this is not the weekend, and you haven’t missed the steam locomotive to the Victorian Era — I’m here with a mid-week post! Many of you have heard me say how difficult it is for me to cope with the indie author necessity of shameless self-promotion. I’m going to start calling that crowing … More Crowing Pains
Originally posted at Chris The Story Reading Ape‘s Blog. Many thanks to Chris Graham (aka The Story Reading Ape) for hosting me at his amazing Author Promotions Enterprise blog. “The Ape” generously promotes authors on his blog, and he offers excellent resources for our use. However, he’s also a gifted cover artist. Be sure to take a … More Writing from an Unexpected Point of View