I just returned from a trip to Laos and Cambodia and I’m too tired to write about it. Instead, I’ve written some post-trip postcards to you.
When the story starts, “The sun was shining brightly but then …” how does it end? It depends if you think the sky is partly sunny or partly cloudy.
When my sense of smell began to fade I knew why. I had been bold enough to tempt fate years before. Don’t ask questions you aren’t prepared to have answered.
Thoughts on the meaning of nothing. Or writing about nothing when you have nothing to say.
A book review of Marcel’s Letters a memoir by Carolyn Porter. The memoir tells the story of a French man forced to work in Germany during World War II.
I don’t believe in New Year’s Resolutions, but I do believe in change. How I’m changing my idea of New Year’s Resolutions and letting go.
Have you seen the words of 2019 yet? Check them out and see how my own words to the official Merriam Webster Words of 2019
Rejection is part of a writer’s life. At the end of the year, counting up your writing rejection may seem depressing, but it hopefully shows you’re moving forward.
A Blog Share on the topic of Family Holiday Recipe featuring Sarah White of True Stories Well Told in Madison and remembering grustali.
Taking a trip from the usual in Chicago with a visit to Wicker Park and the Warhol Exhibit.