I want to be a poet, so I say "I am a poet." I want to be a writer, so I say "I am a writer." I have these tales in my head I write them down. I have these poems I place in this dumping ground. They're rough draft versions that need much work. … Continue reading The Poet & Writer
You ever meet anyone who you instantly connect with? Someone who is amazing, happy and authentic. That is Lisa, I met her at a writer's conference over the weekend and I cannot begin to tell you how kind she is. She touched my heart with her generosity and sincerity. Check out her blog. Oh, and … Continue reading Let’s Share: Lisa St. John
If you have not read everyone's a aliebn when you're a aliebn too I wholeheartedly recommend that you pick up a copy and read it. This a heartwarming tale. A book that takes all of 30 minutes to read. This book explores life, death, love, happiness, sadness, humility, acceptance, how to make friends and what a friend … Continue reading ALERT: Book Recommendation!
I recently finished reading Maledicus Charles French's first novel. A work of speculative fiction that is more of a love story within the borders of a horror story. The characters are not your typical heroes, they are all older men in their 60's and have experienced the loss of someone important in their lives. What … Continue reading Let’s Share: Maledicus
Life passes by On that string of time Waiting for the fateful day When that string is snipped. The flickering light Blown out in the night. Hence- We reminisce, Celebrate the quirks, Share those memories. Remember, recall and rejoice- Celebrate the life of the one you call friend. Mourn for a time But don’t be … Continue reading Life Passes By
Here is another one of those men I speak about in my Ode to the Old Men. Doc Chuck is a muse of sorts walking around creating inspiration. He has a way of teaching a person how to find their voice and bring it forth. He is my professor, adviser, mentor and friend. He steers … Continue reading Let’s Share: Doc Chuck