Hindsight 2020, let's move forward into a brighter and happier year. For many, 2020 was a frightful year, a time of many uncertainties. But I hope it was a period of reflection and growth that's taught us what matters and what needs to be done going forward. Though remnants of 2020 linger and we have… Continue reading Happy New Year!
It's my turn today on James Cudney's Hiding Cracked Glass blog book tour, hosted by the wonderful Shalini at Digital Reads Blog Tours, @Shalini_G26 Digital Reads. James and Shalini, thanks for allowing me to participate! Oh, look out for the GIVEAWAY at the end of the post. Title: HIDING CRACKED GLASS (Series Name: Perceptions of… Continue reading Hiding Cracked Glass Blog Book Tour @jamescudney4 @Shalini_G26
Yoo-hoo?! Hey, I got lost again in my writing, reading, and research. Thought I'd pop in and see what everyone's up to. I'm excited the autumn season is quickly approaching. I can literally smell pumpkin lattes, colorful foliage in the air, and feel a crisp breeze on my face. As a young girl, I loved… Continue reading Smells Like Autumn
If time travel were possible, would you journey to the past and visit long-deceased ancestors or travel to your future and witness the fate of the world? If you had the chance to change your history, would you? Sounds scary and exciting and perhaps the reason readers of all ages find this popular trope fascinating.… Continue reading Writing Time Travel
Don’t Seek Don’t Search Don’t Ask Don’t Knock Don’t Demand ~Relax If you relax, It comes. If you relax, it is there. If you relax, you start vibrating with it. ~Osho~ https://www.youtube.com/embed/luIJJknhyXc Happy National Relaxation Day!
Have you ever experienced an ocular migraine? The first time can be frightening if you're not familiar with the distressing symptoms. Migraines aren't just severe, head pounding headaches but can involve all your senses ( sensitivity to light, sound, smell, and touch with ensuing nausea and vomiting). Ocular migraines cause visual disturbance such as: Short-lived… Continue reading Optical Illusion or Ocular Migraine
The wolf that wins is the one you choose to feed.~ Cherokee Proverb Or Excerpt from Twilight Ends: Keepers Of The Gate (Coming Soon) Twyla sits upright and sighs. “I’ve seen the Torture Tree. The Seneca Tribe’s savagery was frightful. But before their capture, Boyd and his men scalped and killed a few Indians with… Continue reading Which Wolf Will You Feed Today?
Stream of Consciousness Blue light haloes me in the cocooning dark A moth to the screen Hair aflutter, legs gooseflesh As a whir scours the void from the corner, steel teeth whispering, Spewing cool breezes, white noise against a feverish torrent Coursing through fingers beating furious insect tentacles on lit keys Pounding words in the… Continue reading Stream of Consciousness
“Write What You Know.” That’s not always easy when you’re writing a historical fiction piece taking place centuries ago, revolving around an indigenous people. A life I’ve never lived, people I’ve never met, and terrain I’ve never walked. I have to say writing book one of my trilogy Twilight Ends: Keepers of the Gate, was… Continue reading Plotter, Pantser, And Paranormal Historical Fiction
PERCEPTIONS OF GLASS SERIES James J. Cudney, thanks for allowing me to participate in the cover reveal for Hiding Cracked Glass, organized by Shalini@Digital Reads. Congratulations on book two of the Perceptions of Glass Series, to be released October 8th, 2020. https://videopress.com/v/rndhQPKv?preloadContent=metadata Series Name: Perceptions of Glass Author: James J. Cudney Genre: Contemporary Fiction/Family Drama… Continue reading Cover Reveal: James J. Cudney’s, Hiding Cracked Glass