Two of my five granddaughters attempting to do their home schooling. 1. Our future is our children. Getting them back into the classroom should be our first priority. If the teacher's unions are afraid of a COVID outbreak, make the vaccine available to teachers immediately. I would gladly give my potential vaccine to a teacher … Continue reading My Theory | The Virus and Schools
Who Says You Can't Go Home? is an autobiographical story, written by my friend of over 45 years, B. Loren aka Bunny. About fourteen months ago, she came to me with a rough manuscript and asked me to help her get it published. She'd been writing the story on and off for years and after … Continue reading Who Says You Can’t Go Home?
First let me tell you I never imagined I’d be writing this. However, since I’m a writer, telling stories, fictional or factual is how I deal with pretty much everything. Why should telling my story of catching Covid-19 be any different? After all, I’m still here to talk about it. I’m living proof that this […]Getting … Continue reading Getting Over Covid-19 | I Did It — Stankiewicz-Copywriting
Sweet! I just bought both books on Kindle for only $.99!!! Check it out! More summer reading!
Hey everyone. I’m so glad to be able to participate in the launch of Craig Boyack’s new book. One of the reasons I’m glad is Lisa Buton, Craig’s spokesperson is here in person. So not to waste a moment here is Lisa.
Hi, John. We’ve got to stop meeting up like this, or people are going to talk. Anyhoo, I’m here to talk about Craig’s new book and offer some great deals along the way.
The new one is called HMS Lanternfish, and it’s the second book in the series. James and his pirate crew are back, and this time they’re diving into the war effort.
In Voyage of the Lanternfish, they dealt with a lot of hardships. They were short on food and water, munitions, guns, and everything else. This time, they have to deal with too much. The hold of a ship will only contain so much…
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I’ve decided to get down to business. I absolutely love editing. Content, flow, punctuation, proofing etc. I can help you. Requirements: Manuscript must be formatted to 8 1/2 x 11, double spaced in Times New Roman in Microsoft Word. Story genre and page count, once the manuscript has been formatted as stated above. I want … Continue reading Who Needs an Editor?
March 15, 2020 So here we are! We finally made it to the last day of our vacation in Amsterdam although; I truly do not call it a vacation. I prefer to call it Millie and Peg’s excellent adventure because there was no resting involved in this nor would we have wanted there to be. … Continue reading Our Trip to Amsterdam and the Rest of the Story | Part III
Part II - March 12, 2020 Okay so I’ve slacked off long enough and it’s about time I finish this travel blog thing. Well...almost. I hope you all got a chance to watch my video on the last blog because as much as I love writing, video is NOT my thing. I’m super self-critical of … Continue reading Our Trip to Amsterdam and the Rest of the Story | Part II
In truth, as with most pitfalls and incidents that often defy explanation, it wasn't the least bit funny until it was all over. Then and only then was any of this...funny. 😉 I did a thing. A video about the first, second and a little of the third mishap we encountered. Thankfully, only one of … Continue reading Amsterdam or Bust! A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Terminal B
Have you ever had something happen to you that was so incredible that you still can't believe it actually happened? I mean like something that just seemed to fall out of the sky or a Fairy Godmother showed up and granted your wishes...wishes you didn't even know you had. Yeah, that's kind of what happened … Continue reading Our Trip to Amsterdam and the Rest of the Story-part I
Hey check this one out by my old friend Craig!
I love hour-long lunch breaks, they allow me a moment for things like this. The WiFi came back on yesterday, so last night I spent some time on Amazon and uploaded Grinders. This morning they notified me that it is a book. Here is a little bit about it:
Jimi Cabot made one mistake as a starving college student. When she went to work for the San Francisco Police Department, it nearly cost her the job. The union stepped in and they had to reinstate her. They did so by assigning her to the duty nobody wants, Grinder Squad.
Grinders are people who use back room surgeries to enhance their bodies with computer chips, and various kinds of hardware. Jimi is sure that if she can just bust one grind shop, it will be her ticket back.
Paired with veteran cop, she soon learns that Grinder Squad is a cash-cow…
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