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Turtles Are Off Limits

There are those days. Those days when you look back at the end of them and can see all those tiny little insignificant decision points that if you had just gone the other way on any one of them, the day would have turned out so differently. 1,726 more words


Now available on Smashwords!

I am happy to announce that my two novels, Turning Points and Doorsteps & Dreams, are now both available on Smashwords.

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Doorsteps & Dreams published at last!

I’ve just published Doorsteps & Dreams on Amazon (after getting over a minor panic attack about putting another novel ‘out there’). I think I’d been putting it off, bizzarely. 158 more words

Looking Back

Today, as I’m editing “Wilderness Run” for, it seems like, the tenth time, I ran across this blog. Looking back, it was the turning point in my journey. 517 more words

The Inciting Event

The Monday morning workshop recently focused on scriptwriting, specifically tracing inciting events and the patterns of storytelling for television, film, and even books.

An inciting event… 848 more words

Writing Tips

Strike with Lightning - Using Turning Points to Engage Your Readers

Twelve days in the desert, and I did not know how much farther I had to go. My horses were dead, my waterskins were empty, and my legs shook with every step. 1,265 more words


Spring has finally come...

” She was a girl that never cried in front of anybody. Her pride would not allow such weakness. Even as a child, she would rather frown in stubborn manner than start crying. 154 more words