‘Til Then Our Written Love Will Have to Do by Cheri Woods

‘Til Then Our Written Love Will Have to Do went to press just last month. It’s a collection of love letters from WWII, one of the darkest and most dangerous times in history. The collection provides us a window from which we can explore a bygone era of a country shaken by war as two…

It’s Universal Letter Writing Week!

Who haven’t you reached out to in a while? Given the universal pains we’re all going through because of COVID and more, it’s even more important to think about this question. So, who haven’t you reached out to in a while? Who comes to mind and why? January is the perfect month to reflect on…

#2021LITYEARCHALLENGE

When I started my publishing career journey, I didn’t know what adverse effects it would cause: after a while, I couldn’t help but avoid reading altogether because it felt too much like work! I lost the spark somewhere, but, my 2021 resolution is to get it back so I’ll be doing a 2021 Literary Year…

Words to Live By

“And I discovered something incredibly therapeutic (when writing): I saw that the more I released what was inside, the more I felt rejuvenated and light like a feather.” – Mihai G. Paulet, From the Bottom of My Being

Apocalypse by Ryan McCoy

About two weeks ago Ryan McCoy, author of Apocalypse, reached out to share his work with me. And today, I’m reaching out to share it with others. There’s something to be said about Apocalypse. With all the “zombie saturation” out there, I was worried that end-time, living dead stories had run their course. Overdone, maybe?…