When we Write – Micro Fiction

The clock on the wall pounds a steady beat. Tick tock, tick tock. The clock strikes 12. All is silent, all is still. Sane people are abed at this hour, but not the lonely figure at the desk, or in the bed. They sit and wait for the depths of sleep to come. But it…… Continue reading When we Write – Micro Fiction

My (Messy) Organization Process….It’s an Obsession

I love to take inventory of my books every spring, fall….honestly whenever. It’s really just an excuse to touch all of my books. To smell, and dust them (and clean the shelves. The way I do it is: a) Messy b) Dusty c) Clutters the room for days. I usually pull a book off the shelf…… Continue reading My (Messy) Organization Process….It’s an Obsession

Are You Ready Now? – A Flash Fiction

I walked down the launchpad, marveling at the immense spacecraft in front of me. I clambered somewhat awkwardly into the cockpit. Butterflies fluttered in my stomach…no there was a tornado of butterflies in my stomach. I turned to my co-pilot who had just sat down and asked, “You ready?” Checking a technical instrument and not…… Continue reading Are You Ready Now? – A Flash Fiction

5 – Questions to Keep Writing During Your Travels

I’ve been traveling soooo much this summer! 4 days in Key West, 3.5 Days in New York City, and An entire week at the Beach! (all of these trips are documented on my Instagram!) I brought my writing to all trips and had a fun time experimenting with techniques to write on a trip. What type…… Continue reading 5 – Questions to Keep Writing During Your Travels

Commonplace Book – 8

These are just a few of my favorite Quotes on Writing!   “But when people say, did you always want to be a writer? I have to say no! I always was a writer.” -Ursula Le Guin “Close the door. Write with no one looking over your shoulder. Don’t try to figure out what other…… Continue reading Commonplace Book – 8

Tuck Everlasting – A Review

Is eternal life a blessing or a curse? This is what young Whinnie Foster must decide when she discovers a spring on her family’s property whose waters grant immortality. Members of the Tuck gamily, having drunk from the spring =, tell Whinnie of their experiences watching life go by and never growing older. But then Winnie…… Continue reading Tuck Everlasting – A Review