I don’t know what the future holds, but I can tell you this for certain: still, again, and always, there will be cats to walk those roads with me.
Check out my feature in this month’s issue of Shelf Unbound Magazine, and take a look at all the winners of this year’s best indie book contest! And don’t forget … Continue reading Life After NaNoWriMo: Taking the First Look
Some people say that the hardest part of writing a book is making yourself sit down at the keyboard. Some say it’s maintaining the commitment to finish your first draft. … Continue reading The pre-publication checklist for indie authors
Embarrassment I long to cast aside and break The ponderous chains of silent desperation That I – that we – have bound So cruelly tight around me: Twisted ropes that … Continue reading Poetic Interlude #5
In myth, Atlas holds up the heavens, But it seems this world is mostly sky. I wonder at the airy places in my heart, Where cool numbness rises to form … Continue reading Poetic Interlude #4
High O’er the Mist High o’er the mist the crimson sun will rise, And burn off shadows with its fiery staves; Will kiss the sea that ever glistening sighs, And … Continue reading Poetic Interlude #3
April Mornings With warm weather comes the promise That the steel of my heart, tempered With short, cold winter afternoons Will soften a little in the sun – Just enough … Continue reading Poetic Interlude #2
I spent about an hour on Saturday night waiting for the Supermoon. It was mostly cloudy, so I could only catch some brief glances when the sky peeked through. I … Continue reading A Poetic Interlude