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Welcome! This is my author website I am told that one should write in third person when creating an author page. Sorry, it sounds way too dry and stale, so here I go as me. I spent much of my career as a freelance writer, reporter and editor. I’ve been telling stories since I was… Continue reading Home

Q&A With Cinematic Entrepreneur

And promoter of Las Vegas: Jim Terr Promoting the community can sometimes feel like a thankless job. It requires hard work, a sweeping understanding of the area, discerning what makes the area appealing locally and to visitors, and an ability to connect with readers and viewers in interesting ways. Jim Terr continues to be a… Continue reading Q&A With Cinematic Entrepreneur

Painting With Brush Strokes & Words

New Mexico award winning artist, Linda Wooten-Green is a painter of Landscapes, Portraits, etc., with a contemporary abstracted point of view. Her work is in public and private collections throughout the United States. She received an MS in Art Education from Wayne State University in Wayne, Nebraska. She has done graduate work in Studio Art,… Continue reading Painting With Brush Strokes & Words

Ever the Optimist

I heard a new definition of pessimist recently. A pessimist is an optimist with experience. I am, as the song from South Pacific goes – a cockeyed optimist. I haven’t quite made it to pessimist, but I do have my days. There are many surprises in life, some of which make it difficult to maintain… Continue reading Ever the Optimist

Q&A With Marianne Eloise: A Woman of Taste

Marianne Eloise, a brief bio: I am a writer and MA Film Studies graduate living in Brighton, UK. I currently work in the media but I have been a poet for several years, and have been running http://www.februarystationery.com for three. I write across a few mediums; including academic, poetry, prose, and journalism. When I’m not working I… Continue reading Q&A With Marianne Eloise: A Woman of Taste

Q&A With Elmo Baca: Indigogo!

Okay, this is just too exciting. I personally CAN NOT WAIT! This is directly from Elmo’s Facebook page and I am hoping I don’t miss getting one of the first 50 tickets to this stellar premier: Announcing the sneak preview screening and opening of the Indigo Theater on December 17 with “Star Wars The Force… Continue reading Q&A With Elmo Baca: Indigogo!

Why NaNoWriMo?

I’ve been writing since I was able to hold a pencil. My brain sizzles with ideas and bubbles with story lines. And then I sit down at the computer. It’s like turning off a faucet. The pencil was so much more productive, a direct connect to my brain. This lapse in creativity at the computer isn’t permanent, and the ideas will begin to flow again, but will the flow end up in one bucket or flood all over the place?

Q&A With a Truth Seeker: Kathleen M. Rodgers

Q. In one sentence, who is Kathleen Rodgers? A. I am a seeker of truth, and I use storytelling to try and find it. Q. What do you wish people knew about you? A. I am empathetic to those who struggle. Because I’ve overcome many obstacles in life, I try and encourage others not to… Continue reading Q&A With a Truth Seeker: Kathleen M. Rodgers

Q&A With Kate Barnwell: An English Poet

Kate Barnwell is a creative writer of modern, romantic poetry and lyrics. Her work reflects a desire to touch the soul; find new and beautiful ways to enhance and describe life. For more about her go to katebarnwell.com. Q. In one sentence, who is Kate Barnwell? A. An English, romantic poet and writer; living a… Continue reading Q&A With Kate Barnwell: An English Poet