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Moving, The Virus, and Cat Scratching Posts

Moving to a new home is exciting, but it’s mostly exhausting. With stuff everywhere, it’s hard to rest or write when there’s a list of things to do and things to put away. I need the home to flow before I can settle into something artsy. During our move, Bard, our tuxedo cat…

Resistance and the War of Art

“It’s not the writing part that’s hard. What’s hard is sitting down to write. What keeps us from sitting down is Resistance. …

What You Can Imagine is Real

“Everything you can imagine is real.” -Pablo Picasso I’m designing and editing today. The path to success is paved by forward momentum …

What Did You Learn to become a Professional Writer?

Authoring novels and books is definitely an expedition with pitfalls, lessons, and wins all along the way. Here are a few valuable things things that I learned when becoming a professional writer. I hope some of them will help you in your work.

Let Imagination Live

Our imaginations and the ability to create is a part of us. Taking an idea, thought, or story from the mind and putting it into media that others can see, feel, or hear is an act of creation. Philosopher, Friedrich Nietzsche, said… [ Read More ]

The Creative’s Journey

Having a creative block in writing, art, or music business? A recent podcast with Steven Pressfield sheds some light on how not to forget the art part of what we do.

Leaving Better Legacies

In my family, we tend to leave positive, creative legacies. The idea of leaving legacies had me thinking about the recent tragedies. I wondered what legacy was passed on to the kids who committed such heinous crimes? And then, I wondered about the legacy being propagated by the media, social, and ourselves? #betterlife #amwriting #creating #imagination #changetheworld

What Will Your Story Be in 2018?

The new year, 2018, stands before each of us like an open book of empty chapters waiting to be filled. What will you write for your life story this year?