I’ll be out of the office from Thursday, Aug. 26 until Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021. “I always get asked, ‘How do I keep being motivated to write?’ Well, there’s no magical answer. You have to want to sit down and write. Otherwise, nothing gets written. That should be enough motivation.” Our Family Lines writer Lea Storry
Self-promotion is hard for most of us. But as writers, talking about our books gets them into the hands of readers.
I’ll be out of the office from Friday, Aug. 6 until Tuesday, Aug. 17, 2021. “Just like we can all sing, we can all write. (But don’t take your laptop into the shower.) Our Family Lines
Going forward, a world without creative types will have many businesses pivoting and navigating a paradigm shift.
As I sit here, holding the doll and making that difficult decision to let go of a small part of my sons’ childhood, one memory grips me.
We should be thinking of ourselves as custodians, or curators, of our things. Not every “thing” is a piece of consumer waste.
Saying goodbye to a year that has changed the world for most of us.
I have a thrift store problem. I love hunting for treasures at the Goodwill. However, there are some things that have gotten away.
Tune into The Road Home on CKUA Radio for a treat this weekend. Host Bob Chelmick is featuring spoken word readings from the anthology Life of Pie. He’ll be reading twelve selections this Sunday, July 5, evening 8 pm with an encore on Monday, July 6 at 7 p.m. One of my short stories was included in the Pie anthology. …
Staying home now doesn’t just mean not getting ill with the coronavirus, it also means saving lives. Last week, I asked you to write stories of people, places or things that you’d like to remember since being stuck inside. By remembering some of the good stuff, I’m hoping it’ll remind us about the things we’re looking forward to. So as …