Here's another excerpt - first draft again - from When Georgia Fell. For your enjoyment (she said hopefully). “Bridget O’Shea.” The woman in the gray dress and platinum pumps leaned languorously among the spools and scissors, left hip skimming forward. Bridger knew the woman from somewhere, but couldn’t quite place it. And she sensed that … Continue reading excerpt 2 – when georgia fell
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, between … 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