A little of my work has trickled out over my blog, social media, and through my freelance content writing. I’ve been posted on a few websites other than the ones I’ve created, but nothing is more validating than to have someone else print my work. The Maryland Writers Association has just published their 30th-anniversary anthology titled,... Continue Reading →
I'm #writing my first #novel and it's been slow going this winter. #writersblock has not been easy but I'm on the road to becoming an #author. Check out my progress and thoughts.
Fair warning. This is a little stupid, but winter has me feeling like a caged animal. Poetry isn't really my thing, and that includes reading it and writing it. I have no idea why I wrote this. Maybe because winter is making me a little mad? Coldness seeps into my bone I fall into a... Continue Reading →
Perhaps the way I defined this curse mislead me, and until now I thought I couldn’t get writer's block. I had always envisioned a writer scooting their chair up to a desk; fingers cracked and tugged on, a computer flashing to life, then the writer freezes, hovering above the keyboard, blank stare, hollow inside. Sometimes... Continue Reading →
My goal this year was to submit at least one short story per month to open submission calls or contests. In January I submitted two, so I’m ahead of schedule. The first was for The Short Story Project, which was looking for fiction of any genre, word count limited to 2,500, and the rewards include... Continue Reading →