Tag Archives: nonfiction

If you want to write, write

I doubt myself as a writer a lot. Despite knowing this is part of the fear-before-leaping process after finishing a project, I doubt myself anew each and every time. After all, who do I think I am to write a … Continue reading

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What Your Goodreads Says About You

Goodreads is an amazing and innovative resource. I found out about it in 2010, but my obsession really took flight in  2012. It has proved an invaluable tool in so many ways: tracking books I want to read (still waiting … Continue reading

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An Object Is Never Just an Object

This is a short piece in response to The Daily Post’s Weekly Writing Challenge posted February 24th. Dishes  A dish seems such a simple object. Its essence remains intact even as it morphs in pattern, size, and color to fit the … Continue reading

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Writer’s Lot

Do you ever just get the urge to start cursing and/or ranting and raving, while waving around a drink in one hand and a smoke in the other? I do. The trouble is, I act on it. Potential hazards of … Continue reading

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Roadtrip

The addiction I can’t quite shake leaves me chewing nicotine gum, right before popping a smoke at the place where I stop because my butt’s numb. It’s burning my throat though as the sun is burning my bare shoulders–why do … Continue reading

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