Coming face to face with years of neglect, the author must fix a problem or risk destroying a thing he doesn’t want to have to replace.
We were worried for a while… (Photo via Stencil) About three weeks ago, on a quiet Friday evening as Mary and I were contemplating what we might do to occupy ourselves, there was a burbling noise coming from the kitchen, as if the faucet had been left on. Our son was showering upstairs, and we […]
How a Quiet Night Between Holidays Became the Battle Ground Between Me and My Family Kind of looks like me. (Photo via Stencil) The Monday following Thanksgiving, my wife realized that we had an evening in which no one had any plans. Not me, not her, nor our daughter or son. This was a rarity […]
Mickey Picayune for November 18, 2019: Hope in the face of harsh reality, both for my writing career and other things
An article on how The StoryGrid by Shawn Coyne helped one author learn to stop worrying and love designing stories.