Holy Cow!!! Six months down, six to go here in 2012. As with the conclusion to all the other months, it’s time to post the monthly roundup of books I’ve read. I don’t know about you, but I replace books
I’ve been teaching two classes of Adult-Ed students about writing and the creative process. One class, Your Legacy of Words, focuses on writing a personal narrative history and doing so in a way that straddles the line between Date-Place genealogy
I realize I’ve had several new followers/readers of this blog, lately. Not only do I appreciate you stopping by, reading, and liking my posts, I am thankful that every month more and more of you come along for the ride.
I don’t know about anyone else, but the further along I get in the writing of this “will-it-ever-end?!?” novel, the harder and harder it is to do one of the things I used to love: Go to the bookstore. With
New York City. We were watching a movie last night, (Man on a Ledge, not that it matters for the purposes of this blog) and it occurred to me that other than a few places I’ve lived, I’ve probably seen
There are writers who have loads and loads of success. There are people who write quickly and find a publisher and “boom!” there’s their book on the shelves. (Virtual or otherwise.) It is easy, sometimes, to get frustrated when the
Not long ago, I had some conversations about how the public libraries have changed. (I even mentioned it in a post about the vision for a Writer’s Salon here in the Bradenton and Sarasota area.) I remember when I was
Next week, I begin teaching two 6-week classes on writing and as I prepare for the classes, I’ve been reviewing several text books and resources about writing. One of the books I’ve spent a lot of time with is Janet