I just watched an interview with a director who is releasing an independent feature-length film on Sept. 30, about 7 hours before my book is released. He was asked if he was excited. He said, “No, it’s terrifying.” I found myself nodding in agreement. It is scary to put yourself out there. I completely share his sentiment.
When it comes to Steve, Jayne's obscure social worker, there is much more than meets the eye. He's old-fashioned, stays cool in any situation, and believes in duty and responsibility over anything else. As far as good guys go, he's definitely one of them, but it wouldn't kill him to crack a smile, and maybe buy a car that was made in the past two decades.
Confessions of where I've been, what I've been doing, and plans for the future...sexy...
It's a tale as old as time—a mystical fable with a princess, a frog and a not-so-fairy-godmother. A parable that explores Mark Twain's frog eating advice and procrastination.
When the rain finally came, the smoky skies dissipated and I could breathe again. The flash flood brought with it clean air and a return to this new-normal life. For the past week, I’ve been so grateful to resume my daily walks and get back to this already messed up routine of mine. Other things… Continue reading Books and Projects Updates