Arm Forces Day – Thank You For Your Service

  Grateful to President Truman, who led the effort to establish a holiday for citizens to unite and honor our military heroes for their patriotic service in support of the United States of America. This day is when we should all thank the men and women who served in our military. Way too many times, […]

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Scribblersquest – Has your writing ever been derailed?

  Starting as of this week and every week afterward, I will be doing a weekly blog from Scribblersquest (means a writers journey) which is basically my adventures for the week. I will have other blog post through out the week on occasion. I hope you’ll enjoy this post. You will recognize it via the […]

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Mother’s Day – 8 Things You May Not Have Known

Have you ever wondered how this day became possible? What events took place to make it a reality. Many people go shopping for a gift with no knowledge of the history behind the day called Mother’s Day. 1. When was the first Mother’s Day? President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed it on May 9, 1914, that each […]

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Coronavirus – Southeast Texas Update

It is exciting times here in good old Texas. We are now fixing to start Phase II of getting back to normal come today. Yes, the malls, theaters, and restaurants will be opening back up. You can even go to the hair salon. You will have to make an appointment for time slots will be […]

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Coronavirus – Southeast Texas

Well, I hope everyone reading this is safe and well during these troubling times. I know it can be frustrating having to stay at home, especially when the bills are coming due, and most of us live from paycheck to paycheck. Not to mention many of you may be experiencing cabin fever, I know I […]

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The Thrill of Kemah Boardwalk

Houstonians sought a getaway from the busy city. They came to the Kemah Boardwalk, which is only 30 minutes southeast of Houston. It is a prime spot to look forward to boating, fishing, dining as well as shopping from boats to souvenirs. In 1997 Kemah boardwalk was formed now; it’s 60-acres large. There is something […]

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Words Not To Use, When Writing

The Emotion Thesaurus Yes, this means there are actual words when writing a novel, an article, blog post, marketing copy, etc. There are certain words to remove to make your story stronger. This allows the reader to get to the part of your storyline faster to such them into wanting to read more. If you […]

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Things To Budget You May Have Forgotten

What should be in the monthly budget? Good question. There is no easy answer, a budget is more than housing, food, and transportation. There are so many other categories to consider. You might be missing some huge items without even realizing it.Before we get into all the categories. I want to make sure you know […]

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How A-Town Got Named After A Dead Man Not From Texas

How It All Began Before the 1820s, the region of Hitchcock was held by Karankawa Indians (also known as Carancahuas, Carancahuases, Carancouas, Caranhouas, Caronkawa) were Native Americans that concentrated in southern Texas along the Gulf of Mexico coast. They were several independent seasonal travel groups who shared the same language plus much of the same […]

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Thank You, My Followers

I know some of you signed up after the post The Day Has Come Dragon Fusion Presale, where I mentioned if you followed, I would explain how I came up with the idea from my storyline of my book. Well, here you go: At the time, I was on my couch in my living room. […]

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