Ah, the Good Old Bad Days of Publishing

In some ways, it was easier to get published back in the day.  Not self-published, obviously, but published in the traditional manner, or what used to be the traditional manner before self-publishing dominated the market 10-1.  Before the onslaught of technology and social media with all its opportunities, freedoms and demands, a talented writer could …

Falling For Twitter

I’m teetering on the edge of the twitterverse, about to fall. After years of avoiding it, I finally accept that it’s not merely a distracting stretch of passing scenery on the human journey. After all, what’s on our minds is the journey, is it not? All action is a result of preceding thought, deliberate or …

WHY WRITERS WRITE

I live and work in an inspiring place overlooking a dynamic river combusting with life.  Sailboats, tugs, kayaks, tour boats, and ferries connect me across swirling tidal pools of fresh water and ocean brine to the silver monoliths of Manhattan.  I’m stimulated by every muse of man and nature I could ever want, and yet …

God doesn’t laugh at our plans

I see and hear this line everywhere—in church, on the mouths of well-meaning friends and neighbors, as well as on the little pearls of internet wisdom that travel mindlessly around. Years ago, in the midst of a monstrous catastrophe, I was at the receiving end of this comment countless times. It was usually delivered with …

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