I’ve always liked to look into people’s houses. Ask anyone that spends time with me in a car ride. When the music is down low and I’m off staring through the raindrops on my window, you can be sure my eyes are trained on wherever the light shines. On that perfect christmas tree wondering how … Continue reading Open-Ended Questions
I'm trying something new with this update. Instead of documenting my progress in an angst filled rant, I'll use this tag that I found on twitter: #AuthorWouldYou started by @rebeccarcahill and @hayley_rings. Since there are 31 questions, I'll post it in two parts. Here's part one. Enjoy! Author Would You? (Part ONE) Author, would you … Continue reading Camp Nanowrimo: Week Two
tell me about the rain on a cold night blinds up as it pit pit patters on the sill tell me about the rain soaking the sweater on your back that's been patched up so that it craves the needle even though it hurts tell me about the rain in your eyes running … Continue reading Tell me
Originally published on The Stonefence Review (stonefencereviewmag.com).
Maybe you'll be angry with me. Maybe you couldn't care less. But I have barely written anything this week. Now before you go and write me off as a poser, I will say that I have gotten a whopping two thousand, four hundred and seventy two words into Project Amber. Yes I may have written … Continue reading Camp Nanowrimo: Week One