Here's what's new in my book world.
These are hard, scary, and unsettling times. Life is also still good.
After a winter that lasted forever, the sun finally came out. So I wrote a quick lunch break poem about it.
I'm sitting at the pristine succulent-lined café bar, the city on pause outside, filtered out by clean air and soft music. An elevator ride away and I’ll be in a smoky lobby, surrounded by bells and sirens, the sounds of celebration drowning out the silence of despair.
The air had a bite to it, a slapping sting to her fevered skin, as they exited the crowded jazz club into the misty night.
The biggest obstacle in a creative person’s life is how they view their art. Do you see it as a priority, or is it merely a hobby? If you’d like to find ways to add more creativity to your life in 2020, read this.
Everyone has limits. Here are mine.
Here's a peek at my NaNoWriMo word count stats, and how I made a phobia-ridden turtle trainer get on a plane for a scavenger hunt in Fiji.
I live in Northern California where we’re experiencing a horrible and terrifying fire emergency – the Kincade Fire – and I want to offer a quick update on what’s going on in my neck of the woods.
When it comes to divisiveness, it's because there are two or more sides to an issue, and each person is passionate about their side and unwilling to hear from the other side. Yes, I'm talking politics. Yes, I'm talking religion. Yes, I'm talking human rights. But I don't think hope is lost. I think we can help improve the divisiveness of this world by doing this one thing....