Almost Wordless Monday

The Chisholm Trail Roundup parade

The Chisholm Trail Roundup parade

 

Texas State Fair pumkin

Texas State Fair pumkin

 

 

The walls come tumbling down at the San Antonio Zoo

The walls come tumbling down at the San Antonio Zoo

PHOTOS BY ROXANNE RIX.

My books available at

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WHAT I READ THIS WEEK:  Nightingale by David Farland.

Central Texas livestock

Central Texas livestock

 

Mural at museum

Mural at museum

What a bird!

What a bird!

Maybe we'll have poppies next spring

Maybe we’ll have poppies next spring

2 thoughts on “Almost Wordless Monday

  1. There is a way to be honest and also positive. Say what you like and suggest how it can be improved. Separate thoughts about how well you liked or didn’t like the story from how well you liked/didn’t like about the writing. Recognize that civility often is lacking in the online world. Also it is common for well-meaning but impulsive people to not be aware that harsh written criticism is not like a conversation that fades from memory- more like a message chiseled in stone for the author to read/re-read and ruminate/obsess over (forever). And if you don’t like the genre, then you probably shouldn’t review the book.

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