After completing another manuscript in May, I stepped a little out of my comfort zone.
This Month's Spotlight. I've suffered from chronic migraines for almost seventeen years now. I've tried multiple things to help me live with them. Nothing has worked perfectly. Let me explain what chronic migraines are. Let's break it down. Chronic = persisting for a long time, or constantly occurring Migraine = a throbbing headache that typically … Continue reading Living with a Chronic Condition
This is a story, written in verse, from the perspective of a child.
With all that's been happening in the world, and all the heavy books and articles I've been reading, and the news programs blasting a new crisis every hour, I really felt like I need something light to calm my soul. This book sounded like just the thing.
Archie Roach is an Indigenous Australian musician, and was a part of 'the stolen generation' as a child. It took me a little bit longer than usual to read the book, because at times it really was not a fun read. Important, yes. Very. But fun? No, not the whole time.
Recently, I watched Tarantino's Inglorious Basterds and Django Unchained. Both were amazing. In different ways. But amazing, nonetheless. One thing they had in common was Christoph Waltz, a German-Austrian actor.
Although we are celebrating the same thing, every Muslim family around the world has their own way of doing things.
I got the job! ... And then the seeds of doubt started to sprout.
Write a story that begins and ends with someone looking up at the stars.
"Freedom of speech doesn’t mean the right to say what you want without rebuttal."