Observation, People

Thanksgiving Day

Contrarily to our American friends, Canadians celebrate Thanksgiving in October, nearly a month and a half before they do. Thanksgiving Day ends up on the second Monday of October so, this year, it falls on October 9th. What happens? It is a statutory holiday so nobody works and those who do are paid double. Mostly, this… Continue reading Thanksgiving Day

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Observation

Gone Into The Ether

On my best days, I'm an observer (on bad days, I'm judgemental about what I observe). I think a lot of us forget the Internet is virtual reality, illusions, fake reality. Most everybody has a blog, most of them look for their little corner of success, their 15-minutes of fame, their place under the sun,… Continue reading Gone Into The Ether

Daily grievance and fun, Observation

What a Circus!

This marketing stuff is a vicious [circle] circus! Know your audience, know how to reach them, know what they want and provide it... and don't forget to let them know you give them added value! (Like a free ebook on a topic they are actually interested in.) Well, I can get a good visual of… Continue reading What a Circus!

Musings, Observation, People

Father’s Day

Today is Father's Day... And I have had no one to wish it to for close to 20 years. I am wondering if men today know the meaning of fatherhood. What kind of examples do the youth have? They see their parents struggling to give them a comfortable living... at the expense of quality living.… Continue reading Father’s Day

Observation

Authors’ Availability 

I made no secret of my being an avid reader.  I read a lot of fiction and the more I do, the more I understand the craft of storytelling.  With my modest knowledge of the craft, I have done - and still do beta reading and proofing. Very recently, I became part of review team.… Continue reading Authors’ Availability