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The Shut Window [Flash Fiction]

The product of a 10 minute, impromptu, Twitter writing prompt… “She heard a scream and opened/closed the window“. The Shut Window   She shut the window upon hearing the scream. She knew what it was, who it was. There was nothing she could do. There was never anything she could do, not against him. But it … Continue reading

My Novelette “Late Season Rains” eBook now available

My first novelette “Late Season Rains”, is now available as an ebook for just $0.99. The cover image will take you to its Amazon page. If you do not have an eReader, eBooks can be stored and read through Amazon’s Cloud on any device from a tablet to a laptop to a smartphone. After reading please return to the Amazon page to rate … Continue reading

Being a Good Writer is…

It is quite possible I can WHOLLY relate this sentiment. _______________________________ Follow on Twitter , Facebook & Pinterest

Life Finds a Way

“Life finds a way”. Yeah I know, cheesy quote from Jurassic Park but it was fitting. I have discovered the secret to gardening. Well, that is how I’m apparently supposed to garden. And it seems that strategy is to do absolutely nothing, not even to plant anything! After about 3 years of trying to grow green … Continue reading

Memorable Quotes

“Writing is the only thing that, when I do it, I don’t feel I should be doing something else. “ – Gloria Steinem                        ____________________________              _______________________________ Follow on Twitter , Facebook & Pinterest

Are Audiences Loving the Dark Side?

Are movie going audiences going dark ’cause they like it? Sampling the more successful or well received genre movies of the last few years there appears a tangible trend towards the dark, toward characters with a disturbing underbelly who we nonetheless root for, a draw to dire plot lines that wrench free from the confines … Continue reading

Arizona Recollections: Sedona Sunrise

  RED SAND RISING The fire rises sending the dark into hues of purple, crimson, orange and yellow. A trailing line of bright blue expands to take over the endless ceiling above. Out of the dark and lit by the fire, the red sand rises from the green floor. Pillars of red ascend reaching for … Continue reading

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