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Since launching Everything’s Temporary in October 2013, there’s been a lot of exciting changes in my life. I published my first novel, Eve’s Return (Book 1 in the Book of Eve Series), I started working on my second, and have met so many wonderful people (authors and readers alike)! Your emails, comments, and reviews have been warm and kind. Please, keep them coming.

I want to give you more, so I’ve made the following additions to the website’s schedule. Starting next week, expect regular posts every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday on topics that are important to you: motivation, reviews, business, and the journey of writing. Here’s the breakdown:


Every week it feels like I face a new challenge with writing. Without fail, when Monday rolls around I’m facing a new and different obstacle. I don’t see these challenges as a bad or negative thing, but they exist, and I need to find a way to solve them.

Therefore I’m introducing: Motivational Mondays!

Every Monday I’ll post a picture, video, or song that has helped me to overcome a challenge  to a particular writing problem. I hope that it will give you a bit of insight about the life of a writer, and that it may provide you lovely folks with ideas of your own.


Our podcast, Goldilocks and the Three Cares has taken off! We’re getting more and more requests from self-published authors so we’ve had to increase the frequency of the podcast.

Andrew and I have way too much fun reading self-published works and creating our podcast that we’ve decided to increase our episode count. Every other Wednesday, you will find a new episode post on Everything’s Temporary.

If you’re a self-published author and want us to consider your book, don’t forget to read the rules! Also, if you’re wondering where to subscribe, look no further – click here.

When it’s not a podcast week, I will be hosting guest posts. I’ll be starting with a series by Andrew himself on “The Business of Being in the Business”. Andrew has 15 years experience in a variety of applicable fields: sales, project management, and customer service. Each week, he’s going to provide practical tips on how to write emails to get a response, how to add the personal touch, and how to pitch a book.


Regular posting will continue on Fridays. These posts are usually about writing in some way, shape, or form, but every so often include personal posts.

I hope you’ll like these changes because they’re for you. I want to thank you all for reading now and coming back next week. Without you, there would be no Everything’s Temporary!

See you next week…

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Crystal Bourque

Crystal Bourque is an up and coming, new adult, urban fantasy author. She is obsessed with all things fantastical, so much so that she has a recurring dream about being a princess with a sword. When she’s not busy writing, she loves trying new recipes, plotting her next travel destination, and singing loudly.

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2 responses to “Changes”

  1. Holli says:

    Congrats! Those are some big changes. It’s a huge move to blog three times a week, every week.

    I’m not much for podcasts, but I’ll definitely be here the other days! (Whenever I sit down to listen to a podcast, I fall asleep. So I end up avoiding them.)

    Have a great weekend!

    • Crystal says:

      No worries about the podcasts, I’ve only recently started getting into them myself. I also know that they’re not for everyone!

      I’m glad to have you here on the other days, I really appreciate the support. 🙂

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