“A change is as good as a rest”. My father used to say that a lot.
Lately I’ve been really tired. I thought I needed a rest. A vacation. And so I told some friends, “I’d like to … Continue reading→
I wrote my dad’s memoirs a couple of years ago. Because we don’t live near each other, we spent time together at Christmas or Thanksgiving working on the book. I used a digital recorder and had a list of … Continue reading→
Sometimes life is just plain hard. Hard to understand. Hard to bear. Hard to believe.
It’s in those times, when I think there is no getting through, scrambling over, or finding my way around a situation that God speaks to … Continue reading→
So you’ve gotten to the end of your novel, and you check the number in the lower left-hand corner of your screen (if you’re working in MS Word), and yikes! What should have been a 90,000-word novel is now a … Continue reading→
With so many great places to set a book, how do authors go about selecting that perfect location that is not merely a backdrop to the plot but actually becomes an integral character?
For me, I go about this … Continue reading→