It seemed like a breath. It was there and then gone again. A ghost? Could it be something real? Just a moment of emotion. How could one tell if it was there or not. There, here, anywhere. A doubt? Was it just imagination? Just a laugh on the wind. It seemed like a heartbeat. It … Continue reading There
Some days I wish I could be better. Some days I have strange wins. A win is a win, no matter how oddly it comes, so I will take it. Some days I wish I wouldn’t say stupid things and could keep my mouth shut. Some days I wonder what I’m doing, living, why am … Continue reading Every day
Sometimes I like to go back through my sketchbook. I find interesting things. Here's a partially inked picture of *shock* Steigan. I use to draw him more than anything else. Not so much these days, but every now and then he pops up. You can see that it's over 2 years old. More interesting is … Continue reading Sketchbook ramblings
Progress – September 24, 2018
Many authors fear reviews. They want them, but anything less than 5-stars seems to shatter them. I don't read reviews anymore. I used to, but I just don't go there now. I know I would end up carrying those voices back into my writing room. My artist child is too sacred to me to rent … Continue reading Progress – September 24, 2018
Progress – August 20, 2018
While taking my lunchtime walks this week, I finished up listening to Kristine Kathryn Rusch's audiobook, The Freelancer's Survival Guide. It's interesting to see how things have changed in the 5+ years since this book was written as posts on her blog, then published. While there were many good gems in this book (brilliant advise … Continue reading Progress – August 20, 2018
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