Oh To Be Naked In The Sun (A Holiday Story)

[NOTE: Revisit of last year's Christmas-themed post. Enjoy!] On Monday, a bright, textbook sky blue morning, I picked up Marie and her son, Loki, and we headed up to Weedon Island Preserve. We were going to be the only people around, given the sparse parking lot. I love that. Don't get me wrong, I love Boyd … Continue reading Oh To Be Naked In The Sun (A Holiday Story)

How To Spend A Hot Summer Day

Original Post Date July 03, 2013 at 10:29 AM The author beats the heat by walking down memory lane. Two original poems included! We are well in the throes of Summer, and for me, that means limited outside time. Which I kinda master. As a writer, I'm naturally inclined to be a shut-in. One recent … Continue reading How To Spend A Hot Summer Day

Meet The Poets

Original Post Date April 24, 2013 at 10:40 PM The author celebrates National Poetry Month. This week's post is part three of a three part installment. This week we highlight published poets. We've celebrated National Poetry Month by getting in front of the microphone and performing our works, putting a poem in our pocket, and reminiscing on … Continue reading Meet The Poets

Everyone Stinks And That’s Okay

Original Post Date March 13, 2013 at 12:12 AM The path to a concise published work is angled in many places. Collaboration and cooperation with a professional works the kinks out. We explore the advantages of editing. Yesterday was my first meeting with Trace Taylor Publishing since I turned in my manuscript for editing. I … Continue reading Everyone Stinks And That’s Okay