In the Family · Writing Mentors

“Still I Rise” by Maya Angelou, & Thoughts on 2020

Please note, the art in this post is by: David Lupton, for the Earthsea series. THOUGHTS ON 2020 Wow my friends, so much has happened since my last post...this year has been so brutal to so many, in so many ways...I am left without words, honestly. That is a little embarrassing for a writer to… Continue reading “Still I Rise” by Maya Angelou, & Thoughts on 2020

My Writing · poetry

On the Edge – a poem

In these crazy times we live in, I had to try to express myself with poetry: I now reside on a needle tip every moment could be my fall dark clouds grasp me while red fires burnbillowing flamesBreath eludes me Love’s soft songdrains awayA moment more andI couldn’t have born it I walk the edge… Continue reading On the Edge – a poem

My Writing · writer's block

2020 inspiration; writing historical fiction

FEELING INSPIRED IN 2020 Hello everyone, I hope your 2020 is going well. Recently, I've been feeling quite inspired. After a long time of struggle with my novel revision on my epic fantasy novel, (epic as in the genre, not tooting my own horn), I've finally got back in the game. Somehow, ideas have been… Continue reading 2020 inspiration; writing historical fiction

In the Family · poetry · Writing Mentors

Poetry Inspirations – Rupi Kaur

Rupi Kaur Contemporary Poet - Rupi Kaur Today, I'd like to share something from contemporary poet Rupi Kaur. She exploded onto the market a few years back, in 2014, with her collection Milk and Honey. Since, she has gone on to publish other collections. She is renowned for articulating the feminine experience and for being… Continue reading Poetry Inspirations – Rupi Kaur