I teach adults and for a time I tutored high school students. It breaks my heart when I get students so beaten down and anxious that they’ve convinced themselves they … Continue reading
“Hey, kid, now don’t fret. No one will miss ‘em. I can’t stand to see a little miss cry. You did good. Can you help out an old man? I’m … Continue reading
Note: I write in a non-linear way and sometimes I am at a loss for where the story is going and then something else will pop into my head. I … Continue reading
Troy moved to sit beside her seeing only the face of the woman he’d woken up with every morning. She hissed, growled, and grabbed his throat so suddenly that he … Continue reading
“Turkey is the path to the bloated side. Gluttony leads to bloating. Bloating leads to gas. Gas leads to suffering.” Enjoy More One-Liners for November 25th at LindGHill.
Yeahwrite.me had a prompt about writing a ghazal. I’ve never done one before, so I thought I would try my hand at it. What does it feel like to … Continue reading
Dust assaulted. Two horses in braided, bit-less bridles hung head to hoof. Riders pulled brims low, bandanas high, and duster collars straight. “You’re barkin’ at knots.” The other dug, found … Continue reading
In my head words live. Neurons fire chemical pens. I dream; stories wake.
By the time she’d emerged from the woods a sliver of moon cut the sky and the rain was steady. It washed the dirt from her cheek, hands, and feet, … Continue reading
This is an exercise I do for myself from time to time. Where I actually listen to a nagging in my head and write something until it is done. No … Continue reading
My top Twenty Firsts in no particular order: The first “blog” I ever wrote was 1991 called “Truthseeker’s Haven.” I still have it archived somewhere on a dusty 3.5 floppy … Continue reading
Writer’s Dilemma My writer stalks me Buzzes in my ear When I am busy Sits upon my lap When I eat dinner Complains in the car When I drive to … Continue reading
Yes, I did! I have a Sci-Fi short story with an actual conclusion to go along with the beginning and middle. It might even have an interesting plot! And I … Continue reading
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To continue on our soup theme for the cold weather a-coming, join me for another exciting, satisfying, entry into the world of nontechnical cooking. For the full effect of … Continue reading
As the daylight has gotten shorter and the weather colder, I find myself desiring to hibernate. I suffer in the cold and I am convinced I was born much … Continue reading