I spent time on a writing retreat with Judith Kelliher this weekend, and I can feel the tug of my book’s main characters today as I get my head back into my real work. I feel Roxie, Frank, and Alex calling me to come back and make them do and say things.
For about four years, I have been working with Pathlight—formerly known as The Association for Community Living—writing stories and press releases to raise awareness about the nonprofit’s transformative programs for people with intellectual disabilities. Continue reading
I want to tell you the story of my boat because she is special to me, like a longtime friend. Continue reading
I took my boat out of the Connecticut River a week ago today. That’s usually what triggers the end of summer for me, but since it’s 88 and humid as I write this, summer still feels like “game on.” I’ll take advantage of the heat as long as it’s given to me, but I’ll have to find some other way to access water! My kayak, perhaps. Continue reading
I am thrilled that my business’ new website is live! Continue reading
As a journalist, I learned early that sometimes you need to get creative to get the story. That’s a mentality that still comes in handy in my work with clients. Continue reading
Well, I didn’t get to work on my manuscript for Unleashing the Sun during my writing retreat in June with Judy Kelliher, but I did finish a client’s book. I also finalized the content for my soon-to-go-live, new-and-improved Beetle Press website, and I created a loose five-year plan for my business and life. Continue reading