On Writing, Skiing, and Trying Again

Get up, don’t trash-talk yourself, and write/ski/try again.  Those of you living in the Seattle area might know that yesterday was the final day the Steven’s Pass was open.  A generous friend gave my husband and I some free rental … Continue reading

How to Fit Writing Into Your Life

Finding time to write is not convenient.  It just isn’t.  Whether you’re working 60 hours a week or you’re unemployed, life loves to get in the way. Life is a dynamic, terribly interesting force that is swirling around us all the time.  It … Continue reading

Should Writing Have a WARNING Label?

A philosophical thought… A friend of mine brought up this probing question-Is writing dangerous?-yesterday while we sat in a circle of poets, lyricists, fiction and nonfiction prose writers.  The thought hadn’t really occurred to me to ponder until that moment.  … Continue reading