We write fiction because we are dreamers. Whether we dream by day or night, whether our dreams are sweet or nightmarish, our stories and novels come from that place where real and imagined combine. At the mere mention of that place, some of us may drift off to ponder the nature of reality. Before long,… Continue reading Dreams, daydreams, and nightmares
Tag: Creativity Workshop
Help … I’m trapped in a tunnel!
I’ve been unusually overwhelmed lately. It’s summer, so that means time spent trying to keep some semblance of order in the gardens; more time spent with local family; and considerable time spent preparing for visits to and from distant family. I fear I’m heading toward a time bankruptcy. Worse yet, I’ve discovered I have creative… Continue reading Help … I’m trapped in a tunnel!
Monday Melting Pot
In a previous post, when I talked about Tim O’Brien’s book, I told you I was reading two short story collections and had planned to write about the second one today. Alas, I haven’t finished reading it yet, so I’ll just catch up on a few other bloggery things. From the results of my last… Continue reading Monday Melting Pot
She Writes and She Updates
Another brief post and more questions for you today. At least I haven't resorted to repeating posts from last year. Okay then, topic of the day is She Writes. I joined this group within the first week of its inception … and then I pretty much forgot about it. This morning, I read that it… Continue reading She Writes and She Updates
Sunday Stew with a side of Workshop Update
Today I'm serving up one of my stew posts, a bit of this and that. Plus, it’s time to let you know about my brilliant, fabulous, stupendous progress toward my workshop goal. Grab a spoon and bowl; the line forms on the right—women first because this is a matriarchal blog. BLOGS: Lately, I’ve visited several… Continue reading Sunday Stew with a side of Workshop Update