A Rant about a Rant Because We Can Do Better

Sep. 21, 2018 by

  How would you like it if someone created a vlog (video blog) about something you did wrong? They didn’t name you or show your picture, but you knew it was about you. They quoted a conversation word for word,

Beta Reader or Life Reader – Listening to and Learning from Others

Sep. 14, 2018 by

Being criticized hurts. I used to cry about it, but my skin is tougher now. As a writer, being critiqued is a necessity. You get familiar with it, and it doesn’t seem so life shattering anymore. I know the opinions

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Showing Up Makes More of a Difference than You Know

Sep. 6, 2018 by

(Before you read this post, I wanted to point your attention to the special note on the side of this webpage. If you’re reading this in your email, then you’ll need to click the link to go to the webpage.

June – Story of the Month – Signs

Jun. 21, 2018 by

This month’s story of the month illustrates how some fall away from their beliefs and stay away because of their own stubbornness to see the truth. The setting is a military base, but the war is not with flesh blood.

A Sketchy Story and a New Frontier

Jun. 14, 2018 by

I wrote a scary story complete with sex, lust, murder, and a freaky supernatural element. You can read it HERE. The short story was selected to be a part of this year’s edition of the Embers Igniting Magazine. Ember’s Igniting

Being honest isn't easy

Keep Crazy to Yourself. I’ve Got My Own to Deal With.

Jun. 6, 2018 by

Maybe I’m being harsh. You know, all that love your enemies and deny yourself stuff. Maybe I should be okay with someone yelling at me as they speed by or calling me stupid when I keep pulling even though the

Finding Hope when the GDPR Stuff Destroys My Saturday

May. 30, 2018 by

Please note: this article will not help you with your GDPR junk, but it will point you in the direction of having some hope and keeping your eye on the prize. What the heck is GDPR? This GDPR stuff is

Facing Fears and the Dreaded Hula Dance

May. 23, 2018 by

Fighting Fears in the Middle of the Pacific Lately, I’ve been a big, fat scaredy cat. I haven’t wanted to try new things or put myself out there, and that’s seriously not good when opportunity is looking you in the

Primrose Hill

The Magic of Primrose Hill

May. 10, 2018 by

Note from the author:  This story was originally written for a travel magazine as a short story. However, I think they saw right through me and knew it was autobiographical. Not all of it is exact to the way things

Review of the Infinity Wars – Two and a Half Hours I Won’t Get Back

May. 2, 2018 by

Why didn’t I go to Rampage? If only the time stone were real, I could roll back to the moment I saw that The Infinity Wars had sold out and picked a different movie. But that’s not what happened. Instead,