It is the 5th day of the month, of the new year, and although I managed to work on my laptop for a couple of hours yesterday, the holiday bug is still in my system. Nevertheless, it should not mean no blogging so I decided that there is nothing wrong with mobile phone blogging. Without…… Continue reading Setting up 2018
Theresa and I invite all writers and authors to submit their own take on Shakespeare’s beloved MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM.
We did it! We actually released our anthology this month. We missed our in-time-for-Christmas target but it is out. CINDERELLA REIMAGINED: An Anthology of Cinderella Retellings is available on Amazon, USA, UK and Europe. Do you sometimes feel you are living a Cinderella life? Maybe there is a little Cinderella in all of us. Even…… Continue reading Cinderella Reimagined: An Anthology of Cinderella Retellings
Getting back up the saddle after a fall is anything but effortless. It is daunting. It has been a whole month since I last wrote a blog post. I have a lot I want to share but my disorganized mind has me confused and I am left paralyzed, ignorant of what, where and how to…… Continue reading Road to year end 2017 – Feedback
I don’t know about you but I tend to disappear when I am engrossed in… well, just about anything. Mostly, I have attention issues but I am quite capable of focusing. Ha-ha! I am still here though. Look… Backspace… My therapist observed that I am addicted to instant gratification, be it my Farm Heroes Saga…… Continue reading Still here…
Originally posted on The Little Mermaid:
Dear Alexandria, As you reach your tender sixteen, there are a couple of things I would like to share with you. I want to start by telling you, my beloved daughter, that I love you endlessly. I fell in love with you when I heard your heartbeat for the…
As I continue to journey through life, no matter how much practice I’ve had from countless yesterdays, I still find myself lost. If it’s inevitable, I don’t know for sure. Uncertain and naive, I imagine a straight road to my destination. I stop dead in my tracks and gaze on the path ahead. Alas, not…… Continue reading Crossroads, or something like that