A Little About Me
I am an adventure seeking ponderer of the mysteries of the universe, writer of children's books (represented by Stephen Fraser of the Jennifer DeChiara Literary Agency), and lover of anything involving armor, archery, or swashbuckling.
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WHO’S THERE? The folks at Daily Press – and man do they have a fun way of inspiring awareness with their weekly photo challenge. When I set out this week with the intention of recognizing the color orange, the fog lifted … Continue reading
When my writers’ group, which I still fondly refer to as Seven Chicks On A Sunday Afternoon, decided that we needed a name, the Write Now Salon was born. The WriNoS (wait till they hear that one) gather once a month and party free write to champagne prompts … Continue reading
Welcome to Wordsmith 101. In much the same way as a personal trainer’s fortitude and determination sculpts slabs of sagging flesh into taught, defined muscle and the swordsmith’s attention to detail forges a molten lump of steel into a keen, sturdy blade, so does a wordsmith wield the … Continue reading
Once upon a Thanksgiving Day, the only room large enough to host the Lambo family was in my grand-parents basement that had been fitted with a second kitchen just for such occasions. The oblong, wood-panelled room sported a bar at the far end fashioned from the same panelling … Continue reading
‘Twas All Hallows Eve, the one-hundredth in a row, When Headwitch prepared her special cookie dough. Kids craved the old crone’s gooey, ghoulish treats— Goodies that’d send them howling down streets. ‘Cause what would the spookiest day of the year … Continue reading