Divorces can be messy and stressful. This goes double if there are children involved. There’s so much to hash out. You have to split assets and sometimes even find assets. You have to determine what you’re going to do about the kids. This can be a very stressful situation. To keep things from getting out of hand, each party should have an attorney. This is the best way to make sure that everyone has fair representation. It should also be someone that is different from the attorney that handles the family’s regular business. If you live in Michigan, you should seek a family lawyer Richmond MI to help you with this. (This is not meant to be legal advice)
October 1, 2012 No Comments
Can you believe it’s already October? I swear this year is zooming on by. Have you started Christmas shopping yet? Do you need some extra loot to get Christmas presents with? Here’s one of the things I’m doing-selling candles and other smell goods. For more information go here: Soylicious Opportunity (contains affiliate link).
October 1, 2012 No Comments
Sometimes marriages fall apart. It may happen because a couple grows apart. It may happen because of infidelity. It may occur because the couple did not get married for the right reason. When that happens, it is advisable for each person to seek an attorney. If you live in Detroit, you will want to seek a divorce lawyer Detroit to help you with your case. Each person should have a separate attorney to make sure they are represented well.
(No legal advice given here.)
September 11, 2012 No Comments
It’s no fun when your back hurts. When your back hurts, you can’t do anything. It’s hard to move around and do what you have to do. It’s tough to get out of bed, much less make meals or drive anywhere. You want the pain just to go away. You want back pain relief Columbia Md. That’s the most important thing on your mind is making that stop. You’ll pop some pills or use a heating pad or even get a massage just to make it stop.
August 18, 2012 No Comments
Now I didn’t promote it much, just in one forum so I could track the results, but I was experimenting with the now defunct MLM known as zeek rewards. I don’t consider it all a big loss because I was smart enough not to invest a TON of money in it. I only invested a small amount of money in it. It was not money earmarked for a bill or anything like that. I made more then I put in so I’m not sad about anything. I learned that you should never put your eggs all in one basket. I still had my writing clients. I still had my regular paycheck job. So that wasn’t my sole source of income. Now I will also say that I think it’s kind of tacky how other network marketers are targeting former zeek rewards marketers in their recruiting efforts. Not cool. What a way to introduce someone to your company. “Oh I heard your company was going out of business. Too bad, hey why don’t you join mine?” That doesn’t seem to authentic to me. So will this make me stop dealing with MLMs? Nope. Not on your life. I think it’s highly possible to make a living with an MLM. You should do due diligence and read everything they make you sign. Okay that’s all I have to say about that.
August 18, 2012 1 Comment
Accidents are unfortunate tragedies. They happen when you least expect them to. If you’re a small business person, they can stop your income. When this happens you need an accident attorney Mesquite residents should use an attorney to help them fight for what they need to support their families. This is for informational purposes and should not be viewed as legal advice.
August 7, 2012 No Comments
A divorce is not something to take lightly. It is a very serious matter. You need a divorce lawyer Pembroke Pines residents. You can rest assured that the other party will have a divorce attorney. Going into a divorce proceedings without an attorney is like going to a gun fight without a gun. If you want to find a divorce attorney in Pembroke Pines, click on the words divorce lawyer Pembroke Pines in this post. This is not meant to be legal advice. This is for informational purposes only.
July 27, 2012 No Comments
Okay so for some reason full eyelashes are a good thing. I have no idea why. No one ever turned me down for a date or a job because of eyelashes. Anywho, if you are one of those women that obsess over the length of your eyelashes (no I just don’t get it), you may want to consider using Latisse to help you grow longer eyelashes. Latisse coupons are available to help you save money on your purchase. I guess this would be better than attaching the fake eyelashes to your eyes. I still don’t see how women do that. Again, you can get latisse coupons by clicking on the words latisse coupons in this blog post.
July 23, 2012 No Comments
Okay I am aware that the blog tour is not officially over. It is over for me. My workload has increased so much that it is becoming too time consuming for me to keep up with all of the assignments. So here’s what I’ve learned. You need to have tons of patience. Remember that you’re dealing with human beings that have their own schedules. You can’t expect people to post stuff when you feel like they should post it. As the blogger, you have to be able to plan your posts. I realize that it was difficult for Tasha to put out assignments too far in advance due to the fact that everyone kept joining the group after the fact. Using your blog’s advance scheduling feature is a big help in things like this. I did enjoy learning about other authors.
July 23, 2012 No Comments
Me: Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
Nichola: I guess the best word to describe me would be dreamer. I’ve always loved any sort of fiction, be it in book or film form. My three favorite things to do are read, write and watch films.
Me: When did you first start writing and when did you finish your first book?
Nichola: I first started writing seriously at the age of fourteen (though I remember writing a book in school when I was only about eight!) and played around with various story ideas and characters for quite some time. I was nearing seventeen when I completed my first book, High Voltage Smile.
Me: What do you do when you are not writing?
Nichola: When I’m not writing I’m more than likely reading or watching a film – my head is never out of the clouds! I also like to spend time at the gym and go swimming.
Me: Do you have a day job as well?
Nichola: I work part time in a supermarket.
Me: The Days before is a Fantasy Novel. How did you choose the genre you write in?
Nichola: Actually I prefer to call it a young adult fantasy novel. There wasn’t really any choice for me, I write what I love and there are few things more entertaining to me than a great fantasy or sci-fi novel.
Me: How did you come up with the title? (The Days Before) What is the Days Before?
Nichola: Simple, it’s The Days Before Emylya must forfeit her life. Nothing more and nothing less.
Me: What made you write The Days Before?
Nichola: It was simply my love of the story, I felt the characters had something to say and deserved to have a voice. It’s what drives me to write anything.
Me: What do you think people will take away from your novel The Days Before?
Nichola: Hopefully that life is precious and must be lived while we still have the time. You must grasp at opportunities, for they won’t wait around forever.
Me: Where do you get your ideas?
Nichola: Honestly? I have no idea! Things just come to me, sometimes inspired by a word, a place, a face. Anything! I’ve even dreamt ideas up. I’ve got a very vivid and active imagination that never stops, most of the time my ideas are utter rubbish but every now and again I’ll hit on something worth writing down.
Me: Do you ever experience writer’s block?
Me: All the time – this is usually when I put on a film! I’m not the sort of writer that can sit and push through it. I write when I feel the words inside of me are ready to flow, not when the clock says I should.
Me: Do you work with an outline, or just write?
Me: I always have a basic outline, though it’s never more than a handful of key events in the story. I know where I’m going to finish and that’s all I need to get me started. It’s more fun to write and not know for sure what’s going to happen, what characters are going to appear and how people are going to grow.
Is there any particular author or book that influenced you in any way either growing up or as an adult?
I read so many different things so I can’t say one book or author in particular inspired me. Some of my favourite authors don’t even write in my genre, like Martina Cole and Stephen King. Recently I’ve found myself reading The Hunger Games trilogy, which I loved, and of course I’m very excited for J.K.Rowling’s next novel to hit the shelves!
Can you tell us about your challenges in getting your first book published?
I could ramble on about this subject for hours but to be honest I wouldn’t be telling you anything you hadn’t heard before. Publishers don’t respond, I didn’t have the resources or time to mail every publisher my work, I wasn’t sure if I needed and agent or not… It’s a never ending list and it’s one I’m still battling with now. It’s the most rewarding thing in the world holding a hard copy of your book but it’s a hard road to get there.
If you had to go back and do it all over, is there any aspect of your novel or getting it published that you would change?
Not at all. It was difficult in so many ways to see my work in to print and yes there are little things I would change but nothing big enough to make it worth going back. The little things I did wrong brought me to where I am today – they’re worth it.
Me: How do you market your work? What avenues have you found to work best for your genre?
Nicola: I’ve used social network sites, blogs, posters, word of mouth and I’ve even done book signings as well as other methods. There isn’t one that stands out above the rest in terms of driving sales, you need a mix of everything, and otherwise you don’t reach everyone.
Me: Do you have any advice to give to aspiring writers?
Nichola: Just keep writing; never stop if it’s what you love. It’s hard but it’s worth it.
Me: Is there anything that you would like to say to your readers and fans?
Nichola: Just a massive thank you! Your support is the greatest gift I could receive and I hope I continue to entertain you with my work.
Me: Where can people buy a copy of your book?
Nichola: My book is available at Amazon here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007K8DC32
July 16, 2012 No Comments