I think I might have told the story of how I wrote Palm Fever cruising into Banderas Bay in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, but I had some fun with it now that It will soon be available on iTunes and other digital distributors - the date TBA. Anyway, here's a small clip I made for it:
Raining Men now available for Kindle on Amazon, Smashwords, and other Online Retailers.
Not sure how much more poetry I'll be writing this month. Even yesterday's poem was more song lyric than poem. Besides, I'm rushing to get all of my evaluations done from NSAI before this year’s membership expires next month. So I'm pretty much focusing on songs, not poems or novels. So I'm listening to The … Continue reading The Long Way (Song of the Day)
I'm reading a novel that was recommended by a publisher as one to read for style for current submissions. Okay, I get that the setting might call for a bit more media exposure than a normal plot, but, to me, it's trying way too hard to be current. Facebook, Twitter, iPads, Youtube - even political … Continue reading When a Novel Tries Too Hard…
I interrupt my nightly poems to announce that I'm more than halfway writing 50 poems in 50 days (or before we leave our Florida "resort" for our new home). I suppose I have to thank this transition period for inspiring me to write these poems and for getting off all social media. For the skeptic, … Continue reading 50 Poems in 50 Days
Those in-between times of our lives are a real opportunity to do some soul-searching, regroup, and take off in an entirely new direction. I'm in one of those times. That no matter how hard I try to get some traction, I just can't. I'm in that in-between time. Researching. Planning. Experimenting. Thinking I might use … Continue reading Reading, Writing, Soul Searching as Writers