White Space is not your Enemy by Kim Golombisky and Rebecca Hagen, a Book Review
A review of White Space is not your Enemy.
Review – Almost Shipwrecked This story is one of those I desperately want to read with a Queens accent. It just seems like the heroine of Almost Shipwrecked is someone who maybe isn’t what anyone would call a Rhodes Scholar. And that is okay. Background to Almost Shipwrecked When our narrator escapes her space ship, […]
Review – Props Props was written as a part of an anthology benefiting the Alzheimer’s Association – The Longest Night Watch. This short story is a part of the first of the three volumes (so far). I wanted the story to be a bit of a revelation, that someone could be paranoid but still seem […]
The Weird World of Being Published Published? I suppose, in the back of my mind, when I was first starting to write (age four or five or thereabouts), I had an idea about becoming a published author. I also wanted to, at times, be a cowgirl, a veterinarian, an archaeologist and other things. Becoming, for […]
A review of Avinash Kaushik’s Web Analytics 2.0.
Review – Canaries I can scarcely recall how I got the idea for Canaries. It is entirely possible I had recently heard the Police song, Canary in a Coal Mine. But I will be the first to admit it – I am not sure. Background The great battle for the Earth is over. And – […]
Review – Surprises Surprises was one of those weird little stories which I did not expect to write. So it’s a sequel of sorts to The Enigman Cave. Background to Surprises The background is that Marnie and company are on their way back to Earth. So it is not going to be easy going. Marnie […]
Review – The Interview The Interview came about because I conjured up a kicker of an opening line. So then it immediately started to fall into place. Background Since I have been on countless job interviews, this one was rather easy to write. So I brought forth a memory I have of an interview being […]
A Look at Podcasting Podcasting can get you to a wider audience. It’s a different medium from what you might be used to. And it offers practice and the opportunity to polish some skills that you, the writer, might not have realized you needed, such as thinking on your feet and being an interview subject. […]