1. I came across this article on 44 Proven Ways to Market and Sell Your Self-Published Book. Even if you're not self-published, there are some excellent ideas here.
2. Laurel Garver, at Laurel's Leaves, gives tips on Writerly Frustration and how to deal with it.
3. Susan Panzica's recent experience with an overgrown garden prompted much introspection. Check out this thoughtful post. She gives us a lot to consider.
4. WND reports on the suppression of the Planned Parenthood videos by two judges and how to get around it. Every time I think of what they're doing to these infants, some of them born alive, I'm horrified. I can only imagine how God views these horrendous practices.
5. All my family and friends know how much I love chocolate. Pair it with peanut butter, and my heart skips a beat or two. Here's a recipe from Kraftrecipes.com that I'd like to try. If you try it first, will you let me know how it turns out?
Writers: How do you deal with Writerly Frustrations? Have you used them to communicate that feeling and the tension it causes in your writing? Please share.
Readers: Do you pin recipes on Pinterest or save them for future reference? Have you actually tried any of them?