Next week, I will be joining a handful of amazing writers and friends whose main purpose is to survive running 5 km. When I say 'running' I want to be all inclusive. Jogging. Power walking. Strolling. Walking the dog. Stopping for rests along the way to take in the view. Maybe even have a mid-way … Continue reading The Run-ons!
So I'm sitting here with a cup of tea, mad at my computer because it's having a personality crisis and can't remember that it's supposed to do things like connect to the internet, pull my file from the cloud, and print my work when I tell it to. Instead of stressing about all of that … Continue reading Coffee or Tea?
Last year I accomplished a lot in my writing world. I finished and self-published my first fantasy novel, Ashborne. I published my first short story, Orbital Extraction. I applied to a grant program. I took several courses related to the craft of writing, including a screenwriting course I never thought I'd take. I created a … Continue reading My writing group celebrates 20 years!
100 posts! I can't believe it. I'm not sure what the protocol is. Should I break out the rum or sit back with a warm latte and relax? Exactly how does one celebrate writing the 100th post?? I've been thinking about it for weeks. Not actively thinking about it, but letting ideas float around in … Continue reading 100 Great Quotes for Writers
I say a picture is worth a million words, especially if it falls under one of these categories: Spontaneous life. In-the-moment happiness, goofiness, and all-around surprise. Nothing beats these photographs. They are so much better than the other ones. You know which ones I'm talking about. Those where we pose our kids like wooden dolls … Continue reading They say a picture is worth a thousand words . . .