"Yes, but no matter how beautiful or well stocked a prison is ... it is after all still a prison."
Victoria never thought that watching her brother board the plane meant the conclusion of a lifetime friendship.
Learn about the psychological difficulties of a writer in this third lesson of the Correspondence Course in Short Story Writing.
Writing short stories can be difficult, but these 5 keys will ensure a great story!
You never know who you'll meet when you're working out of a shoe box. Pigeon's luck begins to change when he has a chance encounter with a stranger.
Claire Davenport’s unassailable voice is silenced forever ... or is it? Every thriller should leave the reader wondering ...
Autumn can be the best time of the year. We start to reflect, reminisce, and recollect. The pace is steady; but not urgent. We begin to appreciate what we have left. So it is with mature love.
Life should never be rushed but enjoyed slowly and deliberately like a good vintage wine. Relish the wonder of it—savor the moment, it comes but once!
In writing, there is no “one size fits all.” You must develop your own style of writing. Identifying that style is not as daunting as it may seem.
Midlife Crisis and Empty Nest Syndrome are difficult enough to face separately but together they can be overwhelming. Great friends however, can help buffer the effects.