I am chopping onions and garlic for dinner and my two year-old is playing with his cars. My house and my home are humming along just fine. Earlier I had been sent home from work early. The University I work for decided to close campus for the next day and a half due to unheardContinue reading “The Endless Night”
“I guess you’re right,” he said, as she wrapped a scarf around him. “You just get so used to being cold that you forget.”
My heart broke, crying out in pain for another human being. How could we do this to our fellow man?
sipping 20 year old wine, dining on Indian food, enjoying a host’s good graces. tonight, I felt my age.
I just read a fascinating article by ALLi (see below). Some of these trends I noticed in general, such as so many things moving towards subscription. But I love the idea of moving towards more interactive stories and what that means for the writers. There are so many variables to combine and that is whatContinue reading “Reblog: Self-publishing News: New Year, New Predictions | Alliance of Independent Authors: Self-Publishing Advice Center”
Lucas packed his work bag, filled his coffee mug, and headed out into the chill. He hastily sipped his coffee before flinging his car door open. Once inside, he position his items, started the car, and opened the garage door. Each action a smooth, practiced motion that took a fraction of a second. The engineContinue reading “Late for Work”