Bored.

So I wrote a book. Let me back up a little. I’ve written several books. Six children’s books, two novels (well three technically, though that one…

Setting the Tone

I’m working on Stalemate again. Val and I have been meeting with two close friends for a critique group every couple of weeks and we…

Comfort Zones are Overrated

Spy. Classroom. Scalpel. I got my round one writing assignment for NYCMidnight’s Flash Fiction Challenge at midnight Friday night and have been writing, rewriting, outlining, and generally banging…

Starting Over

4782 became 2517 about 5 minutes ago.  I’ve started over. With a 1700 per day daily average, NaNoWriMo is a wonderful challenge if you want to…

Finding Your Story’s Voice

Have you ever written a story in one format, only to decide that it just didn’t sound like itself? As though it had a frog…

Let the wordiness begin!

“I didn’t have time to write a short letter,so I wrote a long one instead.” – Mark Twain Well, it’s that time of year again….

Squirrel

The Three Dollar Squirrel, a monthly zine by writers for writers on the act, art, and process of writing will be getting a facelift and…

“Unrecumbent”

From every length In spite of gravity I myself am Transformed. Designed, Step-by-step, A preposterous verdue Beneath coarser grass. Conspicuous. Unrecumbent. Patient from broad, keen…

2011, the year of FABULOUS

It has been a while since I have posted, life tends to scoop me up and carry me along with it most times. I jump…