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Post #46: Windows

Early Morning: Michigan

Up the stairs, first room to the right. You’re there.  A perfect little shoebox of a room. So small you can stand in the middle and almost touch all four walls. 1,070 more words


'Music to fill my mind but not fight the words' - Glyn Harper

My guest this week says he is much concerned with reinvention. He’s spent his life setting himself challenges to embrace new careers, lifestyles, places to live – and the latest of those reinventions is being a novelist. 74 more words

Undercover Soundtrack

The language that only hair can speak

“She was the most beautiful creature on Earth – her hair said so in that language only hair can speak.”
― Gabriel Bá, Daytripper

“The worse the haircut, the better the man.” 312 more words

Book #26: The Beginning of Everything

Title: The Beginning of Everything
Author: Robyn Schneider
Publication Date: 2013
Publisher: HarperCollins
Page Count: 335
Genre: YA/ Realistic Fiction
Why: My second read through. Recommended by Tyra. 1,160 more words


The Reinvention of Me: Reinventing Summer

This morning as I write I feel the most anxious I have felt in a while. With two hands clamped tightly about my heart, I struggled to get up and take my morning medicine along with the antihistamine prescribed for moments like these. 419 more words

What Is Women’s Fiction? And Why Do You Write That?

I have been struggling with my current manuscript, finding the last third of the book to be the most difficult. Pulling it all together, grappling with endings. 652 more words


The Reinvention of Good

Can molar-grinding, marrow-gnashing, bile-tasting frustration be used for good?

We’re about to find out.

I start writing my next novel today and I am literally (ha-ha) choking on the stuff. 82 more words