Month: March 2017

Too Many Boys

A guest blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara We recently discovered that the number of males determines the maximum number of birds we can have at Miller Farm. We have experienced the crowing contests among the roosters but this… Read More

Irish Toasts, Quotes, and Words of Wisdom

It’s the last Wednesday of March. Here’s one last meme with a very thought provoking Gaelic saying. Let me know if you agree.

Who’s Telling Your Story?

A Guest Blog Today I’d like to introduce a writer friend, who also happens to be a fabulous teacher and excellent editor—Alicia Rasley. She’s going to offer advice on how writers can decide which character’s POV to use…. Read More

Chicken Connection

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara I spent the week of Spring Break in Nicaragua. I went to work with Word of Life, Nicaragua.  We went into the mountains near Honduras and walked house to house telling people… Read More

Irish Toasts, Quotes, and Words of Wisdom

Picture of an Irish traffic jam along the way in County Connemara.

44 Words That Can Weasel into Writing

Writing’s hard work. Ask any writer. Good writing is harder. Sometimes weasel words can slip in. Weasel words are “favorite” words that pop up when a writer is being lazy or rushing. I first heard the term in… Read More

St. Paddy Day Book Sale

Annie Foster remains in Ireland after boarding school to nanny a widower’s infant daughter. Five years later, she accepts the widower’s marriage proposal.  Her first love Chad Jones, whom she believed deserted her, arrives on an undercover assignment… Read More