A dream is a goal with a deadline. My photos came back. My advisor edits are in. And now time’s tickin’. “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.” I don’t plan to fail […]
I’m not finding the time or head space to work on my personal passion project — my next book, a work of fiction for middle school children titled Slow Duck Crossing. I visited the inspiration […]
I’m researching a new work of Young Adult fiction this summer (I tapped out of both Facebook and Instagram to provide myself with space to focus on this). Years ago, I wrote a Young Adult […]
Lately, I’m heartened to hear that something called “the female gaze” is gaining more notoriety. This represents an increased focus on the unique artistic point of view of women in our society, and frankly, just means […]
This bikey thing is starting to really add up. My first year as a League Cycling Instructor, I was paid to teach seniors-on-trikes and an earn-a-bike class for youth-in-need (plus a few bike rodeos for […]
Lots brewing, yet trying to stay on track with my latest fiction (which is now growing from a short story to a full-fledged novel). It’s time-consuming (especially since I’m an experiential researcher) and mentally exhausting. […]
Just about done with my new short story, Pennies on the Tracks. Kinda falling in love with fiction again. May head that way for awhile . . .
One of my fave books is The Grapes of Wrath (which I read for the first time just a couple of years ago), for many reasons. I especially love that John Steinbeck mixes fiction and […]