Huffington Post – Winter Reading (Sinful Folk)

Huffington Post – Winter Reading (Sinful Folk)

Reviewer Jeb Harrison  published a great introduction to my novel SINFUL FOLK in the Huffington Post Book section! Tales of Hard Winters Long Ago The writer Richard Adams, in Watership Down, said that “Many human beings say that they enjoy the winter, but what...
The Eagle Tree

The Eagle Tree

THE EAGLE TREE was published by Little A. The book sold over 80,000 copies to become a national bestseller, was nominated for numerous awards, and was listed in 2016 as one of Top 5 Books on the Autistic experience. Buy THE EAGLE TREE at indie...
Storytelling as a Calling: A Book Love blog post

Storytelling as a Calling: A Book Love blog post

Storytelling is a calling: we manufacture meaning out of events through the act of storymaking. After all, the human experience doesn’t really make sense on a day to day basis. Story is a fabric laid transparent over the bumps and bricks of random occurrence, a map...

Was Hemingway Right? Write Drunk, Edit Sober

Created by Australian writing blog, The Expert Editor, “The Science Behind Writing Drunk and Editing Sober” reveals that Hemingway was definitely on to something. Using a variety of studies, “The Science Behind” demonstrates that at a fairly...

The Wonder of Lichens: A Resource List

In writing my new novelette Holy Trinity, I was able to learn a lot about Pacific Northwest lichens. Lichens are a fascinating species, not merely because they have never been bred or artificially synthesized by human beings, but also because they’ve influenced...