There are some things we return to over and over no matter what age we are. It’s our comfort, our go tos, our ahhh time. (photo credit: http://littleulvar.deviantart.com/art/cozy-350285009) At the top of my list of comfort activities is reading Gay Gavriel Kay. I’ve been saving his latest novel for a time when I really needed it, […]Read More A cocoa and marshmallow moment without the cocoa or marshmallows
Not so long ago, someone asked me an unusual question: Since I spent so many hours a week writing on the computer, did I not miss seeing my own handwriting? “I write by hand all the time,” I replied. “The trick is being able to read back what I wrote.” I do write by hand […]Read More Did I write that? Well, I certainly can’t read it!
I’ll share a little story I found unexpectedly in a book that Santa delivered to my daughter this year: Our story began over a century ago when seventeen-year-old Egmont Harald Peterson found a coin in the street. He was on his way to buy a flyswatter, a small hand-operated printing machine that he […]Read More A lucky coin
We are all writers (well most of us anyway) here, so I can be perfectly candid when I speak of the love/hate relationship that seems to come with the creative territory. Those exhilarating moments when we just know–know–that we are doing what we were meant to be doing. When we sit, and are overtaken, and […]Read More Attitude check please
I was spotted by some mommies when I was sitting with my laptop writing in one of our local coffee shops. “Ohhhhh,” they said. “Look at you. You have the best job ever!” I couldn’t stop myself–laughter poured out of me, until both ladies were looking at each other, questioning my sanity I could […]Read More Really, it’s not very romantic at all…or is it?
When I first began this blog one of things that often came up was where stories come from. So many interesting ideas and theories were proposed. Too many to name, but things as simple as observation and as complex as genetic memory came up. Lately, it’s been on my mind again–maybe because I read this […]Read More Where did that come from?
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