The subconscious is an artist’s best friend. Dreams and nightmares are so much more than night thoughts. They inspire our… Read more Feeling cute. Might write about aliens later.
Part of being a writer is putting life under a microscope. But life itself is often questioned in politics, science,… Read more What is Life? (Looking at all sides)
https://litreactor.com/columns/dyslexic-author-is-my-favorite-oxymoron Why would anyone ever want to try and be a writer if they’re dyslexic? I don’t know. I’m dyslexic,… Read more Dyslexic Author is my Favorite Oxymoron
Mixing art and business sucks. It’s hell. Everything is based on “likeability,” “timing,” and “perception.” You could write the greatest… Read more Don’t Marry Your Work, but Take it Out to Dinner
https://bardsandsages.com/efestivalofwords/2018/07/26/character-versus-caricature-creating-believable-characters-in-fiction/ In addition to my workshop on writing with dyslexia, I will be part of a character development panel. Writing… Read more Send us Your Questions
Some writers hide away. They prefer the introvert’s life. Many can and do slip into reclusion at times. Then there’s… Read more Festival of Words
Juggling reading, writing, editing, submitting, promotions, and event times is one of my favorite circus acts. I love playing the… Read more Moving Day
It doesn’t matter what you’re doing or who you are, we all hit the point in a project when we… Read more Why did I even begin?
Writers over-examine everything. The current political climate and all the social media mobs to join can easily rope any of… Read more Remember What You Have