With only a small amount of effort, sometimes I can feel sorry for myself: This, that didn’t work as I wanted. A stumble here, a fall there, a dog bite on a morning walk. Little things which are nothing really—minor … Continue reading
Two things conspire to draw my extra attention to food and health: A friend is in hospital with food related issues. She can’t eat; had to have a j-tube inserted. Brings up a related question: How do you tell a … Continue reading
“You write Evergreens, “ Joyce said approvingly. “What?” I was confused. “Evergreens?” We’d been talking of our writing, a frequent topic of conversation between friends. I was lamenting that some of my books were growing gray moss. “When you write … Continue reading
I’ve been doing these exercises for years. Friends convinced me I should share. See post Avoiding the Prescription Train.
Or a better title – How to Write a Novel in Twenty Seven Years I wrote this article for James Jones Literary Society Newsletter and while they keep telling me it will appear in the Newsletter, alas it doesn’t seem to! Although a member … Continue reading