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I drove home through a storm yesterday. Once inside, where I felt safe, I checked to make sure the animals and house were secure and then relaxed a bit. It got me to thinking about how the journeys we take with our stories, the ones that are memorable and stick with us, are a lot like driving home through a storm. Continue reading
As a woman Navy vet, who likes to tell “Sea Stories” and who is also a writer, I get asked on a pretty regular basis why I don’t write about my time in the military.
The standard answer is short and simple: Because I write fantasy, not reality.
The real answer is NOT so short and simple: Continue reading
Inciting incident: I sat down to write a Blog post for the week. But when I went looking for a topic, I discovered the opening sentences to piece of writing that was never completed and I thought I’d see where that took me.
Action: So, apparently I do write Flash Fiction, but it generally seems to take a dark turn. I wonder what that’s all about.
To all who come after, I bequeath the knowledge herein entailed. To those who would seek the fabled treasure of Al Kazmin, I leave this warning: turn back and you may yet live. Beware the siren that guards this tomb. Continue reading
I’m late. I’m late. I’m late.
But for a good reason. I was in Los Angeles attending the awesome SCBWI 2015 Conference in L.A.
It was great to see so many writing friends, do some work, sell a few books, laugh a little, work some more, dance a little, and learn a lot!