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Once upon a time, I wrote a story called FLOW. I wrote it for a particular editor, of a particular publisher, for a particular anthology. My respect for this publication was (and still is) immense, and I had it in … Continue reading
This morning I struggled through piles of clutter to find the alarm and shut it off. I sat on the edge of my bed, the early light from the window spotlighting the top of my bedside dresser. How had the … Continue reading
As I write this, Hubby, Sylvester (our one hundred pound dog), and I are crammed into an 8 by 5 foot square space, surrounded by all manner of home furnishings and separated from the rest of our house by a … Continue reading
I recently read a James Patterson book named Mistress. It was one of the best books I’ve read in months. You know the type of book I mean… the one you snap at your husband over because he’s dared to … Continue reading
Several years ago I read a book entitled The Hidden Life Of Dogs by Elizabeth Marshall Thomas. It asked the question, “what do dogs want most”? The answer, according to Ms. Thomas, was “other dogs”. I’m not going to comment … Continue reading
Seems to me that being a writer is harder than at any other time in history. Obviously I wasn’t around when Homer, Shakespeare, Hemingway, Dickens, Verne, or Twain were writing their masterpieces, and I admit that their lives were not … Continue reading