This is, by far, the biggest thank you note I’ve ever written – or at least the one with the widest reach. I’m still around even though it seems as though I’ve been hibernating on the blogging front. And I … Continue reading Gobsmacked at 5000!
Welcome to Reviews & Revisions. I’m Rebecca Vincent. This blog is for readers and writers. Content varies and swoops and changes and shifts regularly, but the most common posts to expect are book recommendations. I read for little one’s up to big … Continue reading Welcome to Reviews & Revisions
Yep, that’s my face over at The Parchment Girl as her monthly Featured Book Blogger. Her interview questions were so good I dropped over twenty book titles that are favorites or recommendations. Plus I admit openly to being a pop culture failure and … Continue reading Chatting with The Parchment Girl: Over Twenty Book Recommendations
Happy New Year! In whatever new directions you take, may you learn something, take on the challenges, and read a lot of good books. Next week I’ll be sharing my reading goal (not shooting for a number this year) to … Continue reading What to Expect from Reviews & Revisions in 2017
Whew! That title is a doozie. With all the confessions and boasts of prodigious swearers in the crowd I am beginning to suspect that most bloggers must be pirates. Nevertheless, between and among the comments on my recently Freshly Pressed post … Continue reading Everything Else I Need to Think About Swearing I Learned from the WordPress Community
I wrote a post about swearing. I said reading and writing shouldn’t use a conspicuous amount of swear words to make a point or get attention. For example sake, I used more swear words in that post than all of … Continue reading Big Thank You to the WordPress Community
This is my essay about the time I swore off cooking for Thanksgiving. It’s actually more about my long-standing hate relationship with the kitchen. I was excited to learn this essay would go into the November issue of Today’s Charlotte Woman partially because it was a magazine I had not yet worked with and partially because it was an essay that had nothing to do with parenting. It’s true I’ve collected more stories and perspectives on life since becoming a parent than I have from any other 3-year initiative, but I was looking for an outlet for other stories that … Continue reading Today’s Charlotte Woman Essay: Thanks for Not Cooking
Check out this link for a story about a 2-year-old puppy who lives with disabilities, but is using those to bridge the gap between children with disabilities and typical children. His story, Bean is Born, and the work of Charlie and Sandy Petrizzo at Project 2 Heal, are examples of innovative goodness. I have been quite fortunate to work frequently this past year with Little Ones Magazine and when the editor offered me another assignment – in an area that I have zero experience with – I was intrigued and challenged. Putting the piece together was an exercise in mental gymnastics … Continue reading Little Ones Magazine Article: Unconditional Friends: Local Puppy’s Story Inspires Friendship and Acceptance
I had the pleasure of working with Little Ones Magazine again. I was thrilled when the editor contacted me for another opportunity to work with her, and particularly pleased to learn that the article was about homeschool options in our area. As a product of several years of homeschooling I have a special place in my psyche for issues related to the subject. Further, as my husband and I begin the process of examining school options of all varieties for our little lovelies, my ears perk up even more when educational options in our area are mentioned in various contexts. It’s exciting to learn about … Continue reading Little Ones Magazine Article: Looking for Homeschool Activities Outside of the Home?