This is the second post in a series. To read from the beginning, click here. If you begin reading here, this is an excerpt from a work of fiction I penned about a decade ago. Iris is an obit writer; she is walking to a funeral as this scene begins. Continue reading
I mentioned in a recent post that while sorting through belongings in storage, I unearthed old journals that included typewritten chapters from a novel I started over a decade ago and forgot about. I dusted off the pages and was pleasantly surprised to find I liked the protagonist, Iris, an older woman who writes obits for the local newspaper. Continue reading
My spring intern, Aimee Funk, a Westfield State University student, went on a major adventure in March. I asked her to write a blog about the trip because, on it, she was daring greatly! I share her story with you today! (I think she did a great job.) Continue reading
The universe sent me another sign. Via Craig Fear again. And again, in the form of a book. Continue reading
This is the second of two parts. To read from the beginning, click here.
I’ve always wanted to be a full-time author. I also have developed a specialty over the past five years in working with people who have a long-held desire to write a book—to show it to others as a way to say, “This is my story.” Continue reading
Note: This is the first of two parts.
Some books are aptly named. Like Elizabeth Gilbert’s Big Magic. It brought about big magic for me. Continue reading