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April is National Poetry Month, which got me thinking about how I started out (way back in 6th grade!) writing poetry. That was a tough year for me and poetry really started speaking to me. My teacher encouraged us to … Continue reading
National Poetry Month! Today I would like to share a poem I wrote back in 1998. Revised a bit today. Night Kisses Things always seem….. crisper at night darkness more poignant Light more … Continue reading
In honor of National Poetry Month I thought I would share more of my own poetry and perhaps some of my favorites. I would love any responses to my poems, and suggestions for poets both old and new that you … Continue reading
I have been trying to spice up Tabeth some more by developing the characters in more depth and I came to realize that my main character, Tabeth herself, is also the main ‘evil’ in the book! What is your main … Continue reading
Wrapping up the Christmas tree boxing up the tinsel all the pretty paper splattered with turkey dinner overflowing trash buckets overflowing counter filled with all the shinny things that fail to lighten shadows … Continue reading
Last time I was talking about my rewrites I was looking into totally outlining my book due to timeline issues that had cropped up. Well that proved more than my lazy @ss was willing to do, so instead I use … Continue reading
Semester break, and I am sitting here trying to decide if I should work on my novel or the serial story that I have here that I never finished. Oh bother! Just write something already!!
Do you know where your Draft is?
I recently joined a community on Google+ (Writer’s Discussion Group) and posted my excerpt from Tabeth. I wanted some feedback on it to judge just how much revision I still have to do. This is a passage that I feel … Continue reading