The Wizard and The Engineer

Over the years, I’ve gone through many stages in my writing career. In the beginning I felt assured that I would have no problem rising to the top as a bestseller. I read like a bookworm and I compared my ideas to those of other writers. I would scoff silently and …

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Poems from my Grandmother 2

One and Only You Every single blade of grass and every flake of snow is just a wee bit different there’s no two alike, you know. From something small, like grains of sand, to the gigantic star, all were made with this in mind: to be just what they are! …

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Poems from my Grandmother

There was an envelope found in my Grandmother’s desk after she died that had my name on it. Inside were a few pictures and pieces of paper she wanted me to have. One of the pieces of paper had two poems written on it. I want to share them with …

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Barbie Died of Hypothermia

I began creating fiction long before I ever started writing. When I was a child, I was obsessed with having a Barbie, mostly because my mother was strongly against it. She believed that if I played with Barbies I would grow up to be anorexic. I don’t know how long …

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