This is a scene toward the end of the book, so it's way out of order - and it's really first-drafty. But it asked to be written, so I obliged. I just wanted to share it with you. 😀 I opened the bottle, and pills spilled all over the floor in front of me, … Continue reading excerpt from “when georgia fell”
Guys! I also like to take pictures. Close-up ones. Really close. Really very close. For example, here's a cabbage, for your enjoyment.
Although not exactly months and months old (as in years ago), I haven't yet read Maria Semple's newest novel, "Today Will Be Different." I am very much looking forward to doing so. Here's what Lauren Groff has to say: “I had the uncanny feeling, while reading Today Will Be Different, that Maria Semple had somehow … Continue reading today will be different
Yes, there's still snow on the ground. But it's officially spring, and purple will be happening soon.
So happy that I am accepted into the MFA in Writing/Fiction program at UNH. It makes me feel like this: And here's a nifty link... http://cola.unh.edu/english/program/writing-mfa Hallelujah! Whoop-dee-doo! And things like that...:D
I haven’t been writing lately. Instead, I’ve been whisked along through my days as if I were in some wacky tornado, galloping here and there, my head filled with Things To Do, my inner life ignored while I flit from one task to the next. But when I look at what there is in front … Continue reading speed
I discovered some photos on the Internet, which I found sifting through one website, and then another, and then another – you know how surfing can go. They were amazing – photos of the United States’ southwest, gorgeous skies, cactus, stark beauty, harsh and lovely. The photographer had captured everything so well, the sentiment of … Continue reading how can we not