I ended my last blog post with the promise to write about my process for developing fully viable characters. It's pretty simple, really. For me, what works best is to conjure up the personality types that I know from real life and embellish from there. I have read many tips about how you should draw from what you know. My new book,…Continue
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I can barely contain myself. I weighed myself this morning with the thought that I stayed the same weight over the past week – not because I hadn’t eaten well or exercised enough, but because I didn’t feel much different, and I don’t like to get my hopes up. I stepped on the scale and couldn’t believe the number. I had lost 4.2 lbs! Oh my gosh, I was so happy.
I’ve now lost 74 lbs since April 20th, 2012 and I’ve gone from a size 3X/24 to a L/14. Even some of my larges and 14s are too…Continue
Added by Christine Rice on April 29, 2013 at 11:53am — No Comments
I have exciting news to report about my weigh-in this morning. First, let me back up a bit… In March, I joined a Facebook’s Biggest Loser challenge, which started on April 1st. I submitted my starting weight on March 28th. Today was our first weigh-in (weigh-ins will be every Monday). Since submitting my starting weight (11 days ago), I have lost 3.6 lbs! I’m ecstatic. The four weeks prior, I had only lost 3 lbs. So losing 3.6 lbs in a week and a half is a huge…Continue
Added by Christine Rice on April 8, 2013 at 8:28am — No Comments
Good morning, everyone.
I weighed in and measured myself today. For the last four weeks, I lost 3 pounds and 4 inches. Considering all the work I did during that time, I am not happy with the weight I lost. I decreased my calorie intake from 2,200+ calories a day to 1,900 (daily average). I burned 2,600 calories a day (on average), so my deficit was 700 calories a day. That would mean that I should have lost 1 1/2 pounds a week – a total of 6 pounds. I am very accurate and honest with…Continue
Added by Christine Rice on March 27, 2013 at 12:41pm — No Comments
Reading an autobiography can be a rich and rewarding reading experience, which allows its readers insight to the intimate details of a person’s life as told from their personal perspective. The autobiographical work A Life That Matters by author Barry Robert Hartley not only serves to portray the intimate details his life but also enriches its readers by demonstrating an important life lesson – do not allow your past to determine your future. The author’s life story is proof positive…Continue
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Easy Business Success by Best Easy Books Ltd
£6.62 Kindle Purchase on Amazon.co.uk
Busy business men and women have not got time to read a lot of pages of stuff. So the 34 tips are short and sweet.
These tips will definitely help your business to grow and succeed. Then your business truly abounds, as do you. This guide shows you how to be the KING/QUEEN of the market…
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I love writing and being creative. Prose and poetry comes naturally to me. I am a natural writer.
Shakespeare wrote books in poem format. A lot of people find his books difficult to understand. I have written in a very easy to understand language.
I have written several books on topics like Easy Business Success which is in the Kindle store now. Easy Tax Tips can be ordered by…Continue
Added by Best Easy Books Ltd on March 13, 2013 at 9:13am — No Comments
SLIGHTLY OFF THE MARK
I spent a lot of time in recent years thinking of cancer, which is strange because most of the men in my family seem to drop dead of heart attacks. You’d think I’d spend all my time making sure everyone around me updates their CPR training.
Five years ago, after allegations that I was a pretty good writer, I was approached about doing public information work for the Noble County Relay For…Continue
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Expect nothing. Live frugally
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This wonderful interview with me about the story behind my new book Eighteen Months To Live was published online at The Mesothelioma Center as a two-part series on January 30 and 31, 2013. Here is Part 2:
Survivor Insight Series | 18 Months to Live by Rachele Baker: Part 2 January 31st, 2013 | By: Ben Leer
Rachele has taken the time to share her mother’s private journal while she battled mesothelioma. Here are some quotes that we discussed with her and wanted to share with the…Continue
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This wonderful interview with me about the story behind my new book Eighteen Months To Live was published online at The Mesothelioma Center as a two-part series on January 30 and 31, 2013. Here is Part 1:
Survivor Insight Series | 18 Months to Live by Rachele Baker: Part 1
January 30th, 2013 | By: Ben Leer
It wasn’t just another day cleaning the garage when Rachele Baker came across some old memories. These were memories from her mother’s journal that had been…
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It's great to be a member of Book Blogs. I look forward to having a good discussion about books, especially juvenile literature. Below is an adapted post from the one on my store that our readers there enjoyed a lot.
I try to write about how to help children use books to learn and overcome challenges--and to simply learn the joy of reading.
Please enjoy this little…Continue
Added by Jake Ball on January 15, 2013 at 4:15pm — No Comments
What a great idea.
Why didn't I think of it?
All of us feel stressed and pressured to come up with our New Year's resolutions. We pick our brains for something we…Continue
Added by Vicki M. Taylor on January 4, 2013 at 12:30pm — No Comments
For Author Christine Rice, Her Life is an Honest and Open Book. Today I received this awesome review of my book, My Not-So-Ordinary Life. Thank you, Penlady.
(Originally posted on Christine Rice, Author.)
Added by Christine Rice on December 26, 2012 at 4:13pm — No Comments
I really enjoyed Life Lessons from the Heart by Teresa Morrow. It is such a deep and honest book where the author shares some important life lessons that she learned from her personal experiences. I enjoy hearing other perspectives on life and it was refreshing to read about Morrow’s suggestions…Continue
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