ptscientists.comDon't tell me the sky is the limit when there are footsteps on the moon.--Anonymous
Ten years ago I handed a woman in my critiquing group a short story I wrote involving an Alpine farm and a drowned kitten. "It's dark," I said. "Kind of like your writing."A few days later she handed it back to me, her nose wrinkled up from the stink of bad prose. "I write NOTHING… Continue reading Critiquing: Nice Gets You Nowhere
bookriot.comA year ago I didn't even realize book bloggers existed. I was never one to spend time surfing the net. It's only in the last nine months or so that I began to discover this whole world of book reviewers who post their opinions online. It's amazing, really, that there are so many book lovers… Continue reading Book Bloggers and the Indie Author Dilemma
“In the case of good books, the point is not to see how many of them you can get through, but rather how many can get through to you.” ― Mortimer J. Adler
Every writer has a preferred place to write. You can learn a lot about a person by looking at her writing space. So I thought I’d analyze mine and share the results with you.(FYI: If I were rich, I’d have a totally different space. I’d have enough money to get a new apartment with a… Continue reading The Write Space
Today my guest post 10 Ways to Tell if You are a Writer is featured on Living for the Books -- an awesome book blog with lots of reviews and info. And BONUS! There is also a giveaway! Check out the post HERE Thank you!
Elodie's story: The Little Cat and the WolfMoral: If you can't Eat 'em, join 'em. A wolf imagines eating a cat.The wolf is sad because the cat got away.The wolf and… Continue reading Guest Post: Stories by Elodie, 6, and Emma, 10