what writing is like…

playing with words walking in someone else's shoes trying to figure stuff out traveling somewhere you've never been making it up as you go along figuring out the puzzle, even with missing pieces dreaming with your eyes open fixing what went wrong sifting through details using your right brain and left brain at the same... Continue Reading →


Words Matter: A Lesson from Mark Twain

"Yes, I want to tour the Mark Twain House," I reaffirmed, for the second time, to my husbands questioning stare, when he asked how I wanted to spend my birthday. The Mark Twain House is about a 30 minute drive from me, yet I've never been there.  This past year, I picked up American Literature,... Continue Reading →

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