In my humble opinion, authors must stick together and in a cohesive voice, begin a conversation to save our future.
I just submitted an entry to an impromptu contest held by one of three dream agents. I just did it; she put out requirements, five words plus an extra credit and I wrote it no more than one-hundred words. Had a blossoming idea and called my sister who worked in a customer service call center.... Continue Reading →
My journey is like a sailboat and the winds are southern in nature. They blow hard and strong through the hurricane season only to quiet and ultimately still for periods longer than I am willing to admit.
via #HOGWild18: Day 4 - Knoxville to Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, Tennessee & Asheville, North Carolina
He doesn't know that I am his child is tragic. I am unable to offer comfort because I am a stranger. He doesn't want me to poke him with needles anymore. I promise him that I won't.
via Behind the Story: Monica McCabe
Unique bookstores with a vision of the future are popping up everywhere.
Hard to believe Christmas is in six days. Youngest drove down from Michigan yesterday, son number three and two, live near and we will miss son number one and his beautiful fiance Laura, during the holidays. I am one of those people who never seem to start their decorating or shopping until the week of... Continue Reading →
We all have our dreams.