Monthly Archives: September 2018

orange fungus on stump

Writing Is like a Fungus

Already, I’m letting this blog down. It’s been too long since I’ve written. Well, I’ve been writing, and that’s the good news, just not here. What’s been happening? I’m working on a novel. My second, so you’d think it would be easier, right? Nope. Now I know all my weaknesses and found some new ones. […]

beaver lodge, pond

Back Home

There’s a meme going around social media: what advice would you give your younger self. I’m not sure what it’s intended to do. Make you feel better about where you’ve ended up? Or feel worse? My 20- and 30-something self would be amazed. I never contemplated where my life would take me. I’ve had the […]

Fungus on tree trunk

Today, 9/1/18

You’ve heard about driveway moments—you’re in the car, listening to a really good radio program but have arrived home, so you sit in the driveway to listen to the rest before going inside. My driveway moments happen without a car. Each morning, I like to step out onto my driveway and greet the day. One […]

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Shortness of Breadth

Whatever

THIS MACHINE MOCKS FASCISTS

M A G P I E à la modus operandi

Memories by Marguerite Quantaine

Jane Friedman

Helping authors and publishers make smart decisions in the digital age

Zestful Writing

Thoughts on Writing and Life

Irrelevant Cyberspeak

because you don't have anything better to do...

Miz Chef

Cooking Up a Healthy Life

Ruth Perkinson

Author & Spiritual Teacher

Cocktail Hour Productions

Pull up a chair, have a drink, and enjoy.

Nicola Griffith

British-American in Seattle. Novelist.

Writer Unboxed

about the craft and business of fiction

Blackadder Blogs

Jesse Blackadder on writing, books, life.

Kallmaker.com

Where women are the heroes of their own lives and love is the universal story. Author Karin Kallmaker's official site.

Ann McMan

Thoughts on Writing and Life

Missouri Vaun

Writer of lesbian romance

Clifford Mae Henderson

Thoughts on Writing and Life

Sacchi Green: Reaching Out

Thoughts on Writing and Life