I’m excited to tell you that I will be featured on the program, “Authors Talk About it,” next week! Last… Read more My Author Interview On You Tube!
I’ve been a writer for most of my life, and over time, I’ve learned what I have to have to… Read more Four Things My Creativity Requires
(This is the third and final installation of this short-short story.) Jessie pushed on for a few more yards, then… Read more The Boxcar Revisited – Conclusion
Part 2 — On top of everything, she’d fallen for the pitch of a scam artist, investing her hard earned… Read more The Boxcar – Revisited, Part 2
Here’s a short story I wrote recently. Remember the books about The Boxcar Children? Imagine what they might all be… Read more The Boxcar – Revisited, Part 1
Our relationship with them bring smiles, tears, joy, pain, regret. That relationship may well be the most influential of our life, shaping us from birth to adulthood and sometimes beyond. And there were probably days when, as a teenager, we wished our mother was some one else.
Only two days to go until the Hint Fiction workshop I’ll be teaching at Enid Public Library with Peggy Chambers.… Read more Hinting at … Fiction
Today, I’m featuring a fellow author on my blog. Peggy Chambers and I graduated from Enid High School together a… Read more Meet Peggy – A Writer Friend
Her mother’s secret first love — a hermit’s terror — gangster’s loot. Can Jamie learn the connection between the three… Read more Tagging the Bees
Every mind is unique. We each like certain things and dislike others; we are intrigued by some things, bored by… Read more Beehives — Why?