I’ve been trying to use the internet since 5 am. No dice. It’s been offline for hours but seems to have offered a sliver of opportunity just now. As it is, I’ve disconnected twice in writing this small bit. Annoying.
A call in to my service provider tells me they’ll be atop the barn this afternoon to adjust the new doodad up there and pointing it at another tower in the distance will make things much better. Ah rural internet connections. Since the new barn antennae went up we have reasonable service, but it’s been dicey for the past few days. I used to have the equivalent of two tin cans and a string.
So, I have no time for a longer post today because of this adjusting. Gaa! It just fell off and on again. Time for me to go. If you haven’t read it yet, I encourage you to scroll down and read yesterday’s post on banned books. It’s Banned Books Week. What an eye-opener.
For 100 days, I’ll post something from my chosen topic: Clichés.
There are 31 entries to come.
Here’s a cliché for today:
At wits’ end
Today is Author Sam Cheever’s blog day.
Romance Books ‘4’ Us ~ Watch for the October contest.
My recent projects~
Bake, Love, Write: 105 Authors Share Dessert Recipes and Advice on Love and Writing
In paperback and ebook. The e-version of our cookbook is sold everywhere for 99⊄. See My Other Projects page above for links to various formats.
I’m also participating in Fall Into Romance — a month-long event hosted by The Romance Reviews. Hundreds of authors and industry people are participating and that means hundreds of prizes. Find my bit on my satellite blog:
<– This is not a lag. It’s a statement. The internet was created to be a free system with access to knowledge and level opportunity for all. Right now several large telecommunications corporations want to make you pay them for the privilege you’ve had for free since the internet began. Learn how you can help stop the pending internet takeover by these heavy-hitting, well-funded Washington lobbyists. The FCC is taking comments now and wants to know what YOU think.
Learn what’s at stake and how you can give your opinion to the FCC.