Creative Non Fiction

A Reason to Mourn

I'm a little late to the party on this one, but Go Dog Go Cafe's Tuesday prompt seemed too on point for a big part of my "theme" this week to pass up. Why do you think we feel so bad when we lose someone? Can you truly “lose” someone? This question evokes a couple of big… Continue reading A Reason to Mourn

Creative Non Fiction

The Price of a Memory

Based on a writing prompt from Writing Adventures (That being said, this one hits close to home. So I felt compelled to write.)   I remember the call so clearly. It all happened so quickly, over in a blink. The phone began to ring and I already knew. I knew what I would hear. In that… Continue reading The Price of a Memory

Book Reviews

Behind the Times, but still relevant

I remember when the Harry Potter series first came out; I was in the third grade, almost eight years old (I was always the youngest in my class), and my teacher at the time used the first book during one of her "story time" sessions. I remember listening to her reading it and being wrapped up in… Continue reading Behind the Times, but still relevant


Plugging Away

I know I've said this before, but it feels damn good to be writing again. Words and I have always gotten along well on the page, and I'm glad to see they haven't vacated their post as my friends just yet. I've got another chapter of my novel done and posted on ChapterBuzz. Currently, we're in the… Continue reading Plugging Away

Writing Babble

Hooked on a Feeling

It's funny how a seemingly simple change can cause so much...well, change! For the first time in months, I don't feel "stressed out." I had a dream last night and it wasn't a nightmare (I can't remember what the damn thing was about, but I knew it would make an awesome story and I am… Continue reading Hooked on a Feeling