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We writers are an interesting group. We spout one-line mantras, like “Write what you know” and “Show, don’t tell.” (It makes us sound a bit like motivational speakers, or ad-men, or harmless members of a strange creative cult. Which I … Continue reading
It’s a bit messy, and not all fleshed out, but it’s my plot. All mine. (If I sound like Daffy Duck at the sight of treasure, yes, it’s intentional.)
Yeah, I know, not the best pictures ever, but I had to use my phone camera and it sucks. I left my “real” camera at work, doh! Had a wonderful meeting last night! These people are the best! … Continue reading
Query Guts. It takes guts to send out queries. No matter how thick your skin, rejection hurts. You’ve put your time, your SOUL into writing, and now you get one, maybe two lines of “not right for us.” I’ve decided … Continue reading
Nothing like a good rain storm to inspire the struggling writer . . . A drop of rain. Then another. Raining. A million more. Drop by drop, soaking. The sound of incessance. Ozone breathes. Then comes lightning, roaring thunder. The drops add up, … Continue reading
I had a rather long poem I’d written titled When Summoned I Will Say Farewell. I liked the poem and included it in my latest book of poetry; but until then, I didn’t know what to do with it? Most poetry … Continue reading