On Process and Progress: The Write Space

A couple of weeks ago, I went to a time management seminar sponsored by the Decatur Business Association. The hardest part was admitting I need help in that area, but with my own practice and a budding writing career, who wouldn’t? One of the things professional organizer Jonda Beattie of Time Space Organization spoke about … Continue reading On Process and Progress: The Write Space

Book Review: Silent Scream: A Groovy Mystery Caper

It’s hard to write, finish, and revise a book, and it takes courage and money to get it out there if the author wants to self-publish. Readers who are interested in self-published books but who don’t want to waste their time on low-quality ones need a place to go for reviews. I’ll post a review … Continue reading Book Review: Silent Scream: A Groovy Mystery Caper

Friday Flash Fiction: Melt

The wind is quiet, but I can hear the branches scratching against the window screens. We wait, silently, hoping that they’ll think no one is in here. That’s the advantage of human brains over brains made of snow – they’re not that bright.“Snowpocalypse!” the news media deemed the snow and ice that blanketed the city. … Continue reading Friday Flash Fiction: Melt