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I will make no attempts at tomfoolery or to convince you as to the veracity of something which I am not — a poet. Truth is, I am a shallow well when it comes to the art of poetry, much … Continue reading
This year I joined the Board of the Global Water Alliance in Philadelphia and have gotten to see first hand just how extensive a reach the GWA has. So many of our GWA partners are writers, educators, academics, and leaders … Continue reading
One of my favorite things about being a blogger is the community of like-minded individuals, befriended over the years, who support one another in both writing and life. The camaraderie we share when one of us reaches a milestone, … Continue reading
Joy Story It’s the season of light, ironically, since, in the northern hemisphere, the days are shorter now than they will be all year. I think it’s a testament to man’s resilience: when in darkness, make light. Back when we … Continue reading
Survival of the Fittest Blogging friend, Jacqui Murray, has written a new prehistoric fiction novel, Survival of the Fittest, Book 1 in the Crossroads series, part of her Man vs. Nature saga. Synopsis: Chased by a ruthless and powerful enemy, Xhosa flees with her … Continue reading
#Author #Interviews: #indie #writer @pjlazos discusses #writing & #family, caring for the #environment, & finding the right #writingcommunity
via #Author #Interviews: #indie #writer @pjlazos discusses #writing & #family, caring for the #environment, & finding the right #writingcommunity Jean Lee, author extraordinaire, took the time to interview me for her blog. Thanks, Jean Lee for the wonderful interview!