Just Just How Many Individuals Utilize Internet Dating: These Figures Certainly Will Surprise You!

Just Just How Many Individuals Utilize Internet Dating: These Figures Certainly Will Surprise You!

Certainly, you will find huge numbers of people investing lots of time online on these sites that are dating. Maybe we must attempt to determine reasons why they show up online on these online dating sites to obtain a sense of just just exactly how popular the relationship apps have grown to be, specially using the advent of internet-enabled smart phones that provide them quick access to all the dating websites.

Let us review those, shall we?

How people that are many Internet Dating: Why Surf Web Sites To Start With?

Okay, our company is maybe maybe not stating that everybody who spends time searching the web is on online dating sites. Continue reading

So You Want to Write a Book.

Have you always dreamed of writing a book?

Can you imagine seeing your name on the spine of a novel?

We can help you!


Saturday, May 6th, 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.


Northeast Georgia History Center

322 Academy St. NE

Gainesville, GA 30501

Here’s what you will learn:

9:00 AM – Noon                                      Where Do You Start?                                    Connie Fleming

Explore where successful stories begin. Hint: you don’t have to start at the beginning.

  • The mechanics, or formatting. Very brief and very basic.
    • Peaks and Valleys: Creating a rhythm in your story.
    • Research: It’s fiction, why do I need facts?
    • The benefits of entering contests.
    • Why read other author’s work?

We will look at examples of different beginnings, and discuss the importance of first pages, and titles. There will be hands-on exercises to get the creative juices flowing, and sharing with the group. Handouts will be provided.


1:00 PM – 4:00 PM                               Self-Publishing Secrets                                    Nancy Craddock

Handouts will be provided and there will be short exercises for group and individual participation.

  • Which colors on a book’s cover sell the most books.
    • Fonts that kill the deal.
    • When should a self-published book have a Table of Contents.
    • How to price a self-published book.
    • How many pages in a self-published book make the most profit.
    • What should every self-published book have on the last page.
    • The “one word” secret for an award-winning story.


There will be “Question & Answer” time with both speakers during the last thirty minutes.

Numerous Door Prizes (including a full manuscript critique)


Connie Fleming, SCBWI PAL Member                                              Nancy Craddock, SCBWI PAL Member
2016 GA Author of the Year Finalist for “Halley’s Hope.”                          2016 Moonbeam Medal Winner
2nd Place in WIK Novel Contest 2016 for “Desert Secrets.”                      Author of Five Self- Published Books
Winner of 2014 WIK Novel Contest for “Over a Barrel”                             Author of Numerous Magazine Articles
2008 Nominee GA Author of the Year for “Finder’s Magic”                               Winner of Numerous Writing Contests


Sponsored by SCBWI (Society of Children Book Writers & Illustrators)

SCBWI Members – 55.00                     Non SCBWI Members – 65.00

Due to limited seating, reserve your spot today at


Questions: “Contact Me” page at www.nancycadlecraddock.com

or email conniefleming@comcast.net (put “writers’ workshop” in subject line)

Nancy’s a Winner

Our talented and very prolific author Nancy C. Craddock has been awarded the “Moonbeam Award.” http://www.moonbeamawards.com/index.php For “Beneath the Paint.”

Is that the moon, or stars in my eyes. I’m so proud of my friend. While the rest of us are revising and angsting (okay I made that word up) over our years-old manuscripts, Nancy is getting the job done and winning awards.

To quote Nancy, “maybe it’s just me, but” I think Nancy ROCKS… P. S. It’s not just me.

Find Three of Us at a Fall Festival Signing and Selling Books this Saturday, October 1, 2016!

If you are a parent, grandparent, kid, or a kid at heart, you will wannabe at the Fall Festival and Health Fair at the Monastery of the Holy Spirit, in Conyers, Georgia, October 1, 2016 between the hours of 10:00  A.M. and 5:00 P. M.  There is something for everyone! Especially readers, writers and wannabes! In fact, there will be three of us Writers and Wannabes at the Festival selling and signing books- Connie Fleming, TK Read and Susan Rosson Spain.

The Society of Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) is sponsoring a double-booth. Come meet published children’s authors selling and autographing their books.

But that’s just half of the good news. The other half is that we’ll be telling you how the magic happens, from how to get started, finding critique groups, to how to meet editors.

Here is the fabulous lineup: 

TIME         AUTHOR              TOPIC                                                                      

10: 45         Robert Crewe:        How to Use My Books in the Classroom

11: 30         Susan R. Spain:     My Writing Process

12:15          Tanya Valentine:     Writing What you know

1:00            Cathy Hall:             Not All Who Wander Are Lost: The Surprising Places Your Writing Can Take You!

1:45            PJ Shaw:                My Writing Process

2:30            Connie Fleming:     Writing Conference Etiquette

3:15            Susan TenEyck:      My Writing Process

4:00            TK Read:                How to Budget Your Book Marketing

4:45            Sharyn Shields:      My Writing Process

Look for our Banner that says SCBWI. We will be next to the Conyers Library booth.




Another Loud Shout

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Author: Nancy Cadle Craddock

Over four decades ago, my father moved our family to Baton Rouge for work-related opportunities. A couple of years later, my husband and I graduated from LSU and enjoyed living in Louisiana during our early years together before moving to Houston, TX and later, Atlanta, GA.

Our hearts are broken by the destruction of the recent flood through southern Louisiana. Although several of my family members did evaculate their homes, all were able to return to very little damage. Profit from the sale of “Lullaby of Lake Charles” will be donated to help Louisiana Flood victims.

It seems like I’ve been writing Lullaby of Lake Charles all of my life. To have all the bits-and-pieces of people, places and things that have been swishing-around for years in my thoughts and mind come together in one coherent tale, with a surprise ending, is a dream come true for me.

Lullaby of Lake Charles is a contemporary romance. It is a story of love on many levels and one that I hope readers will enjoy.

Lullaby of Lake Charles is about:

Margaret Sinclair, wealthy and childless, traveling from Baton Rouge, LA to Houston, TX.

Chloe, a young and unwed mother, stranded outside of Baton Rouge, LA.

A psychic’s uncanny prediction

A young father who lives by his own rules.

A sheriff protecting his wayward son.

A crash. A witness. A baby.

The ending no one saw coming.


My friend and fellow “Writer and Wannabe” Connie Fleming is much too humble to post anything about her latest honor. However, I wanted to let everyone know that Connie was honored last night at the highly esteemed GEORGIA AUTHOR OF THE YEAR banquet. Connie’s fabulous YA “Halley’s Hope” was a finalist in a competition full of rich and exciting books for all ages. Not only did Connie write a magnificent story, she and fellow “Writer and Wannabe” Stephanie Fenton created the book’s cover. If you haven’t seen the cover with Stephanie’s horse, it is gorgeous and worth the cost of the book alone.

Warning: Don’t be surprised if Connie’s story stays in your mind long after you’ve turned the last page! It is that good!

Congratulations, Connie. You aimed for the moon and you certainly landed among the stars!



Written/Submitted by Nancy Craddock