People have asked me “How can you write a novel?” It’s one word in front of the other. “Why don’t you write short stories? That would be so much easier?” […]
March winds bring me back to afternoons at the kitchen table of Bridget Reilly Fitzgerald–my grandmother. She would make us strong black tea, lightened and sweetened, and tell us stories about home. It was the story of the Banshee that took root.
For years now, my friends have asked why I don’t keep my address book on my phone. Or in my g-mail account. My little black book is showing it’s age. […]
Extraordinary things happen when you write a book, and some of them come out as a song.
Writers, more than anyone, can use some rejection therapy, so start with a 30 day challenge.
What we lose is what we gain when we trade sleep for an early morning call.