“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
Listen . . . With faint dry sound, like steps of passing ghosts, the leaves, frost-crisp’d, break from trees and fall. “November Night” by Adelaide Crapsey I'd like to thank my followers for the support you've given my little blog. Life has been busy lately, and I'm finding it difficult to post as often as… Continue reading Finally Autumn!
Sunday is a day to take a break from the stresses of life and just enjoy living, relaxation, fun, and discovering new restaurants in New York City with friends. Yesterday, I met two longtime friends in the East Village.They’d heard great things about Cha-An, a Japanese Tea Room, and were eager to try their Matcha… Continue reading Matcha Anyone