The Slow Cold Grind

I was awake early this morning, but waited until 6:30 to begin writing. Two really old pieces have been revised, a new piece polished and added, one poem originally thought right for the collection has been tossed, and the forty-three page manuscript (seven pages short) sent off to a friend for perusal. My goal last week […]

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Thursday’s Musings

To tell a story successfully, one must be able to translate emotion, color, the very scents lingering on the air a particular time of day—one must have a story that contains emotion, color, and the very scents lingering on the air a particular time of day. Does the imagination record real life experiences? Of course […]

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