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New Tricks and the Blog Tour Continues

I hope you enjoyed your Easter Sunday! We had a beautiful sunny day, and we’re still eating leftover ham and snacking on Easter basket goodies. Rain moved in. I’m hoping this means our yellow grass turns green. I am SO ready for spring!


April is always hectic around here, and I’m not home in the evening much. Add a growing to-do list of small writing-related tasks, and I decided to try a few new tricks.

1. I got the Google Docs app for my phone. I can add a few paragraphs to short stories, work on interview questions or outline a handout on the go. I’m loving this!

2. Ever since I hopped on the scale at the doctor’s office a month ago, I’ve been determined to get my health back on track. I’m using the free MyFitnessPal app to log workouts and my food intake. It might not work for everyone, but it’s working great for me.

Today I’m at Jennifer Major’s blog talking about What I Wish I knew When I Started Writing. Hint: it involves the first draft! Stop by and join the conversation!

Up next:

Wednesday: Wendy Paine Miller’s Thoughts That Move

Thursday: Candice Sue Patterson

Friday: Beth K. Vogt

Saturday: The Pink Heart Society

Also, on Saturday I’ll be in Oakley, Michigan for an author meet & greet! If you’re in the area, stop by Oakley Village Hall from 2-4pm on Saturday!

What tricks are helping you meet your goals? I’d love to hear them!

Have a fantastic day!


Jill Kemerer is a Publishers Weekly bestselling author of heartwarming, emotional, small-town romance novels often featuring cowboys. She hopes to encourage readers through her books the way so many books have encouraged her. Jill's essentials include coffee, caramels, a stack of books, her mini-doxie, and long walks outdoors. She resides in Ohio with her husband and two almost-grown children. For more information, visit her website,

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