Zarina reached out nearly a year ago for someone to review her poetry book and her novella collection. I responded and since then I have had the pleasure of reading and review her works and now I have had the chance to interview her! Is being a writer a gift or a curse? Definitely a... Continue Reading →
I needed a drawing break. I did a bit more than normal, so I took a break and got the drawing bug again and decided to start working on John and Christine Comics. Here's the first!Check out my Patreon fo the finished product later in the month! I'll figure out a schedule I can keep.
We are vacationing in Roatan, Honduras with my family and had the opportunity to scuba dive for the first time. J, my husband, wrote up his experience and has allowed me to share it with you. (This also will be his debut writing post! Hopefully, I can get him to share more of his writing... Continue Reading →
Grey sedan crashed headlong this evening into a dark colored sedan. The roads were wet and rainy which may have contributed to the crash. As the first Police Car arrived, occupants of the grey sedan fled on foot South from the crash pursued by the Police Officer. Several witnesses left their vehicles to check on... Continue Reading →
I couldn't think of a story to go with this prompt, so I simply starting writing in stanzas. June Writing Prompts At the corner of 15th and 8th, she finally disappeared. Into the mist she disappeared Into the air she vanished Where did she go? He wondered sadly, Would she come back? Yes, she had... Continue Reading →
https://puttingmyfeetinthedirt.com/2019/06/01/june-writing-prompts-2/ I found this prompt difficult, but I really enjoyed writing this. My husband did not enjoy it. He wanted everything to be clear cut black and white. You won't find that here, perhaps. Or maybe, you'll see clearer than him. Enjoy. I certainly did. June 9 Naia stretched, reaching her hands high above her... Continue Reading →