So, We’re Gonna Say Goodbye . . . or at Least So Long

on December 2, 2014

By Jaycie Cash Much as I’ve enjoyed connecting with you, the time has come for us to say good-bye. It’s been my honor to blog for Writerspace for the past two years, but things have run their course and you’re reading my last weekly effort. To all of you who’ve been kind enough to check-in… Read More

Should Thanksgiving be Open or Closed?

on November 25, 2014

By Jaycie Cash Do you vote for being open or are you pro closed? Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the holiday season. For many it’s a time for cherishing tradition, family, favorite dishes, football and . . . during the last few years, shopping. Every year it seems a larger number of stores choose to… Read More


on November 11, 2014

By Jaycie Cash I’m getting ready to create a new website. In trying to determine all it should contain, I thought I’d check with Writerspace members, the type of visitors I’d most like to have, to learn what lures you to visit author websites. Then, once you’ve visited an author’s site, what causes you to… Read More

Sleeping it Off

on October 31, 2014

By Jaycie Cash I have a new favorite excuse for being terminally uncool: I can’t remain awake long enough to stay up on things. Just the other night I got home too late to watch the Project Runway finale for Season 13. Since I’m too cheap to pay for a DVR, recording it wasn’t an… Read More

Getting Vocal About The Voice

on October 24, 2014

By Jaycie Cash Okay, I’ll admit it. I’m a big ol’ sentimental sap. As a result, I’ve become a major fan of this year’s The Voice. Although I’ve watched it since its debut, this has become my absolute favorite season yet. As I mentioned in another post a few weeks back, I’ve been amazed at… Read More

I Think I’ll Procrastinate Tomorrow

on October 14, 2014

By Jaycie Cash Some people like golf. Others enjoy tennis. We all know folks who indulge in retail therapy on an almost daily basis. Personally, I’m into competitive procrastination. There is very little I get around to when I first plan to do it, in my personal life, anyway.  Luckily, I’m much more timely when… Read More

What are Your Favorite Sayings or Pieces of Advice?

on August 26, 2014

On the Emmy Awards last night there were several segments showing short clips of actors recounting the best direction they’d received from individuals who’d been nominated for Best Director. Naturally, being actors, some of them went for laughs. Some were straight up. Sadly, I couldn’t recount any of them right now, but the concept did… Read More

Hard Times in Techno World

on August 19, 2014

By Jaycie Cash Feel free to correct me, but aren’t modern conveniences supposed to make life easier? If that’s truly the intent of most changes, inventions or updates, why is everything so much more complex today than it was say just 15 or 20 years ago? Those of you who are younger than 35 might… Read More