Weekly Post: All those details though….

Have you ever sat down to write and realized you have no idea what an undertaker does? I don’t mean in the abstract that they bury dead people, but what is their process? I’ve had this internal crisis anytime I assign an occupation to any of my characters. I then begin a very long and… Continue Reading →

Weekly Post: November and Writing

Every November I attempt to complete the National Novel Writing Month challenge of 50’000 words. This post is not about how to complete it. It is literally my 5th attempt at doing so. While, I will say I have improved each year, it is nowhere near bragging about. This post is about redeclaring my commitment. … Continue Reading →

Seen in Dallas

Did you ever try to sip a cup of coffee and get the vague sense that you are being watched?

Weekly Post: Ode to Cooler Weather

Growing up, sweater weather was caused by a hard-working AC unit. Sweatshirts really would hold true to their name, in that if I walked outside wearing one, I would be sweating. The internet helped sustain my sweater envy, it was not hard to find pictures of people enjoying the brisk and orange autumn. I began… Continue Reading →

Weekly Post: Have you bought some tea?

Tea is one of my favorite souvenirs to buy on vacation. Not just because I like the thrill of dragging out my jars, satchels, and boxes of tea. I do feel like it gives me an immense amount of street cred with teetotalers and grandmothers. I was definitely the girl who had far too many… Continue Reading →

Weekly post: The trees that I pass

I recently began reading Oak and Ash and Thorn by Peter Fiennes. I will willing admit it was the title that grabbed me and the cover art that sealed the deal in the bookstore. I will also say, that it has added an element of sophistication to my bookshelf. The prose, I have since found… Continue Reading →


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