I've met a lot of interesting people as I've delved into the writing world. One of the coolest people I've met is author Erin Rhew. I know--she's gorgeous and has purple hair. Lucky for us, instead of pursuing modeling she became a writer and wrote this amazing series called The Fulfillment Series. Book Three, The Fulfillment released on October … Continue reading Looking for a Good Book? Check out Erin Rhew’s THE FULFILLMENT!
So many people say they want to write or create, but can't get started. Some start, but then can't finish. Recently, I had a conversation with an aspiring writer friend about her struggles to get started. I got the impression that she thought writing was easy for me or that I had some special powers. … Continue reading When the Bottom Beckons
This past summer we traveled to Washington, D.C. for a short vacation and visited the MLK Memorial. You can read about the memorial on the National Park Service website by clicking here. The Memorial is breathtaking. The statue of Dr. King is huge, and his famous quotes are carved into the walls surrounding. Here is … Continue reading Reflections on the Eve of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Yesterday's Daily Prompt from the Daily Post read: Open your nearest book to page 82. Take the third full sentence on the page, and work it into a post somehow. I love prompts where you have to do random stuff like this. Since I am the self-proclaimed "Blogger Without a Cause," a rebel amongst the … Continue reading Daily Prompt (From Yesterday)- Page 82 Stress
I previously shared that Angela and I teamed up and co-wrote and submitted a screenplay to a screenplay writing competition associated with a major film festival. Well, today we got our rejection letter. It was very nice and polite--thanking and commending us and explaining that over 8,000 screenplays were submitted and the decision was difficult, … Continue reading Rejected but Okay
My mother introduced me to her over ten years ago. At first, I thought she was too long. Too green. Too boxy. The sleeves hung off like big, floppy . . . sleeves. The brown wooden buttons she sported were majorly ugly. I'm not sure what possessed me, but I took her anyway and brought her to my … Continue reading My Woobie, My Love
As my husband drove our family to North Jersey for Easter dinner, we listened to sports radio, a-flutter with news of basketball (both college and the NBA) and opening day for baseball. We chatted that we couldn't believe that baseball was starting up again, and that tomorrow is April. "The rhythm of the seasons," my … Continue reading The Rhythm of the Seasons