Sick of commercial television’s portrayal of everyday life in America?
I have a writer-friend named Linda who is the queen of sensory descriptions. She writes so beautifully about place and emotion that she missed her calling as a travel brochure writer. Me? I get rolling on the train of narrative and dialogue and sometimes I leave description and emotional tags at the station. And I … More #booksforwriters August 2017
I love men. In all their hairy, utilitarian, sometimes balding, honest, lumpy, sweet yet apelike splendor. Men rock. But I also have this other love in all its black and white and retro glory.
It’s midsummer madness and the heat is on. Here’s five prompts to get your creative juices flowing while you dab the sweat off your brow or wait out the heat of the day in an air-conditioned sanctuary–be it home or the local coffee joint. Remember, the point of free-writing is to just have at it … More Freewrite Friday – July 2017
In case you haven’t noticed lately, cable television is filled with shows about MEN WITH JOBS.