Okay, it’s been a while. And I have learned not to promise a blog a week! But I do have… Read more Four News Items!
It’s common to hear about writers who are blocked. They don’t know what to write, or they can’t put their… Read more I’m Tinkling the Keys, Visiting Egypt and Quilting
Here are some more B words, words that held special meaning to me as a Baby Boomer. The way I viewed… Read more Boomer Bites – B2
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
I think I’ve been a writer most of my life. It is second nature to me. In many ways, I’m… Read more What a Writer Needs – and Something FREE to Read
Yesterday’s post, The Devil in the Details, contained three descriptions of the same shell. Due to technical difficulties, I was… Read more Photos of The featured Shell (March 31 Post)
Wonder why an author would choose a small town in Oklahoma for the setting of her first mystery? The answer is chilling.
We’ve all heard that word. Sometimes we hear it during a discussion about someone else. “She doesn’t like elevators –… Read more Feeling Trapped? — Claustrophobia
Remember this phrase? It used to mean ‘going fast.’ For instance, “he was booking it down the street.” I’m… Read more Booking It
I have a confession to make. I cannot write without chocolate. It gets my senses flowing. I hear the characters… Read more Chocoholic Writes (or Eating my Way through a book)