Tags » Author » Page 2

Q is for Quotidian

This month, as I did last year, I’m participating in the AtoZ Blogging Challenge. The first post is A, the next is B and so on every day this month, except Sundays.

166 more words

Picture Saturday

All of these plants need to be moved, some of them I am keeping, the rest are free for the taking.

You dig and you can have them. 74 more words



Currently working on a book that I think will turn out really well.
A style like no other, I’m pretty amped.
Think coffee book meets novel. 58 more words


Like a Virgin, #LV14, Blog Hop

This year, I’m lucky enough to be a part of the Like a Virgin Pitch Contest. As part of the experience, from the 18th to the 20th of April the competition is hosting a “Getting to know you” blog hop. 502 more words

Characters that come to life

Have you ever had a character that seems to come to life and do their own thing? It’s happening with one of mine at the moment. 334 more words


ONE PERCENT SOLUTION . . . (one page per day) Page 52 of 252


A satire of dysfunctional politics and economic disparity.  

Chapter VI: Day/Page 52 CONTINUED FROM YESTERDAY. . . .  The withered wretch reaches out a bent gnarled finger to protect the moth from the flame, and when she does, when she touches the moth, she ignites the flash of a kinetic spark, and the luminous green of the moth fades back to grey and black, while the sallow withered skin of the superannuated hag is transformed to a vibrant, robust pink. 430 more words

One Percent

Writer's on Writing: Richard Wright

The more closely the author thinks of why he wrote, the more he comes to regard his imagination as a kind of self-generating cement which glued his facts together, and his emotions as a kind of dark and obscure designer of those facts. 18 more words