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Oregon grapes were always one of my favorite plants as a child. I loved smashing the dark berries and seeing the purple-blue juice squish out. We used them to draw on sidewalks and once even dyed fabric to make doll … Continue reading
I’m a little late, but I wish you all a very happy, healthy and prosperous Year of the Snake! May your creative endeavors be fruitful.
I recently got an email from a friend who’s just getting started using social media to reach out to new audiences. In replying to her, I thought perhaps some of you might find my reply helpful. I offer it up … Continue reading
As anyone who has participated in National Novel Writing Month knows, starting a novel is great. It’s easy. You have ideas. There are no roadblocks or issues with your characters, your plotting or your continuity. But a few pages in … Continue reading
Thanks to all who visited, left comments and shared my thoughts and writing. You are the reason I have this page. I wish each and every one of you a joyful and prosperous New Year! The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys … Continue reading
This one’s special… My brother, a man of few words, sent me this message: “I just finished reading your book, good story.” Thanks, Jim!
My writing process. Post 1.
I titled this “Post 1″ because I imagine I will not remember everything and/or I will have too much to say and cut this post off at some point. For me, the first step in creating a new novel (poem … Continue reading