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The Sweetest Dream

Ironically, when the person who had been wishing me “sweet dreams” for the past 3 years had stopped doing so, it was today that I had the sweetest dream ever. 412 more words

A Spoonful of Sugar as Momentum

One of the most common questions I get from would-be authors or young people is: what makes you write?

In answering, I usually talk about the love of words and the joy of crafting good stories and creating images in people’s minds. 380 more words

I'm afraid they are blue...

you thought I was him from a distance
and I thought you were her up close
strange twist of fate that gathers no moss
only an illusion we allowed our minds to play… 59 more words

Poetry

Perspective.

Five Lessons About How To Treat People

1. First Important Lesson – “Know The Cleaning Lady”

During my second month of college, our professor gave us a pop quiz. 948 more words

Look for a Launch at our Neighborhood Grill

In our first book, Twist of Fate, mom and I acknowledged the wait staff of our local Applebee’s restaurant. We did so because of the many times we met for lunch there and worked out the details of the plot. 512 more words