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I was trying to play around with the idea of those old radio shows and how you could write a story using only dialog and a couple sound effects. I thought about putting the tone of the conversation in like, … Continue reading
Not sure yet where I am going to go with this one… 1. “Your new phone is installed Mrs. Wellworth,” the technician’s voice was clear and pleasant. Jane’s eyes fluttered open. She was expecting pain but there was none. She … Continue reading
Kelsen held her boys hand and watched the elders put the box on the platform. It looked so small to her now. So confined. “How does anyone fit in there?” she thought and yet she had seen children … Continue reading
I don’t know why I ever stop writing just because life gets hectic. It’s like saying, “My limbs are really tired from swimming so I guess I will quit heading for shore.”
I achieved a major goal with my book, “No Lifeguard on Duty” this past week. I have had 100 downloads from Amazon. I still can’t believe that 100 people have read or will read something I created. I feel a … Continue reading
I have posted here before on how special and heroic I think Michelle Knight is. I read her book, “Finding me“, and have seen the Lifetime movie, “A Cleveland Abduction”. I have followed all three girls in the media as … Continue reading
If you do not own a Kindle you may be under the impression you cannot buy e-books sold by Amazon. This is not true. Anyone with a smart phone can use the following link to download books right to their … Continue reading
I am currently reading the book, “Making Habits, Breaking Habits” by Jeremy Dean. It’s a pretty interesting book so far and has some pretty universal truths in it about how most of us behave. I have even found myself laughing … Continue reading
I am so happy to announce the release of my e-book, ‘No Lifeguard on Duty‘. Out now on Kindle for about the same price as a good cup of coffee. Want to be scared? Want to be thrilled? Want to help … Continue reading