Confession time: As much as I absolutely love reading, there is quite a long list of books in which I have watched the movie version first. Most of that habit happened when I was a kid. As an adult, I’ve … Continue reading what I learned from reading Matilda at age 30
Happy Sunday to all. I’m back! What have I been up to? Well, a lot! Here’s what’s happened in the last two weeks… These past few weeks have felt like a dream. 💭 I got engaged to the love of … Continue reading spring smiles
I joined #5amwritersclub this morning and I am feeling great. Starting my day off by focusing energy towards my passion = a fantastic start to the week. I hope you’re following your dreams too…even if you have to wake up … Continue reading Monday Motivation.
Because I find myself in the midst of working on two projects, I’ve decided to set a word count goal with the intention of working on both projects as I have been the past two months. I’ve come up with a very clever title… Continue reading Customizing Camp NaNoWriMo
Suddenly I was filled with a breath of fresh air. It was almost like I hadn’t taken in breath like this in years. I practically ran out the door in that moment on a quest for a new journal. (Everyone needs a new journal for a new project, right?) Continue reading Inspired? Do it.
Suddenly I realized that she was 100% right. Even though my head was pounding and my body was fighting off a fever, mentally, I was feeling better. The physical act of writing was restoring something inside of me. Continue reading “Write while the heat is in you.” -Thoreau
I returned from my Frost Place Seminar adventure in New Hampshire about one week ago, and I still have a smile on my face. I suspect that it will stay that way for many months to come as the experience … Continue reading The Forecast Reads: Poetry With A Chance Of Poetry
Last night, I walked into work with a smile on my face. After six months of planning and working with my fellow library staff/faculty and the English Department, my first poetry event was about to come to life. With my worn … Continue reading A Dose of Poetry: Week One
National Poetry Month is almost here, and it seems like I’ve been preparing for it for an entire year. I can safely say I’ve been living and breathing poetry since last April, and I have learned so much about writing … Continue reading National Poetry Month Is Coming…
After a few months of planning, I’m happy that I can finally share some exciting news with all of you. In honor of National Poetry Month, I will be hosting four poetry workshops at Georgian Court University Library. Every Thursday night in April we will have a great presentation, followed by creative writing exercises and an opportunity to share your own poetry. Please share the flyer below with friends, family, and all of the creative folk you know! Continue reading A Dose of Poetry