The emptiness was filled with journals to replace all the letters she’d never get to write, and tea pots with matching mugs for all the conversations left hanging in the air. She filled the mugs with tears of regret, and then sipped each alone. Death was now her companion.
As a gift to my readers and followers, I have a poem for you. I hope you find peace this holiday season. Peace may not come in the form of a world without conflict. Sometimes, it is a place of shelter while the storm rages around us. Melting Winter’s Heart Perfectly-formed icicles lace the […]
I feel fortunate to announce the publication of three of my poems today. They are available for reading at Scarlet Leaf Review. “The Things I Regret Forgetting,” is a poem I wrote recently about the loss of my grandfather. It was the driving force for submitting these poems for publication, and it’s led me on […]
I’m excited about today’s topic, because identifying my fears about writing has helped me make the biggest breakthrough in starting my career as an author. I hope by sharing my own experiences, you’ll be able to identify your own fears, the things that are holding you back, so you can start working through them too. […]
New to the site, are audio files of the stories and poems I have shared. On the right side of the screen (or at the very bottom of the page if you’re using your phone) there is a list of Categories. If you select the category, “Free Stories and Poems,” three pieces should come up, “Heavyhearted,” […]