We all know I am NOT like other writers. I tell you what I’m doing before I do it.
While it may seem crazy, there is a definite method to my madness.
I feel telling what I want to do holds me accountable. Besides, I don’t want to look like a liar, right?
There are 7 titles you will be interested in hearing about. And they are all different genres.
You know, something for everyone.
In this video, you get to find out about future titles you may want to know about.
In a perfect world, writers and editors would be the best of friends. However, this is definitely not the case.
I think it has a lot to do with the whole, “Don’t touch my baby” syndrome going on.
As someone who is a writer and an editor, I understand both sides….but that doesn’t mean I necessarily agree with it.
In this video, you will hear, exactly why writers and editor should be friends but aren’t.
The first FaceBook Live of the year!!! Ain’t it grand.
Also, the first FaceBook Live I’ve ever done, and I think it went pretty well.
I let you guys and gals know exactly what I’m doing this year, which includes a whole smorgasbord of awesomeness.
While I may be new to creating FaceBook Live posts, I am no spring chicken when it comes to making you guys feel like you’re a part of what’s going on.
If you missed the FaceBook Live last night, check it out below.
I’m so glad you’re back with me, Trina Lynne, for another year. It’s been a long road and I appreciate your ongoing support. If you’re new here, welcome!!!
On average, Americans pay anywhere from $75 – $300 per hour for therapy services. Meaning for an hour session per week once a week for a year, on the minimal, will be about $3900. And please don’t need any type of medication to go with your therapy. Those prices can reach up to $12,000 per year with or without insurance.
Who has this kind of money?