“Raven's Cove, a great mystery by Mary Ann Poll. Avoid it when winds are gusting to hurricane speed outside.
No extra creepiness needed.” ~Bonnye Matthews
Step aside Stephen King, Alaska’s Mary Ann Poll is here to spin new tales of the super-natural and the ungodly, as her heroes and heroines take on the forces of evil on 'The Last Frontier.'
Just the title of this blog is enough to make me want to go take a nap. I mean, really, this is awfully technical stuff for a creative writer. (Do I hear an “AMEN?”) Still, they are the only way … Continue reading →
Once I had a ‘space to call my own’ for writing, I realized I needed to surround myself with items that inspired me to write. This is personal to each of us. For the sake of this blog, I’ll list … Continue reading →
What does a bookkeeper, secretary, and CEO have in common? They all have a designated area to work. Each of them have the tools they need to do their jobs. And, my writing friend, that is the first thing you … Continue reading →
In 2009, I accomplished a goal 11 years in the making. I wrote a novel. In 2010 I took that goal one step further. I became a published author. I remember the tear-filled joy when I saw the proposed cover … Continue reading →
Anais Nin aptly put to words my opinion of making New Year’s resolutions. She said, I made no resolutions for the New Year. The habit of making plans, of criticizing, sanctioning and molding my life, is too much of a … Continue reading →