Title: The Six Rules of Maybe
Author: Deb Caletti
Publishing Info: Simon Pulse (March, 2010)
Pages: 336 (Hardcover)
Review Copy: Kindle edition purchased on Amazon.com
Why did I read this book?
It was new. It was written by an author local to me (Caletti and I both live in the Seattle-area. OK, I actually don’t know where Caletti lives but all . . . → Read More: Book 994: The Six Rules of Maybe
Talk to strangers.
Wait a sec. Back up a minute.
Hi! Welcome back! That’s for me, not you. I left you. It turns out travel wreaks havoc—havoc, I say!—with my blog schedule. For my reference, if not for yours, this is the supposed schedule:
Monday: posts about writing. How to and How not to. The writing life. Gathering . . . → Read More: Talk to strangers
Huck ‘em back and ask for limes and salt.
Or at least, that’s the general “wisdom” on Facebook.
The other day I walked into the unfinished basement/shop area of the house. I normally don’t do this. This is the “man” section of the house. It’s full of tools, dust, and holiday storage. (OK, so to be precise, I . . . → Read More: When Life hands you lemons…