“I can’t believe Becky even said,” that, Miriam growled, slamming her books onto her desk in the dorm room. “I mean, what business is it of hers whether I go out with Dick?” “Slow down,” her roommate Sandy said, surprising herself when she realized she was waving her hands in the air, as if sheContinue reading “Patience”
Emily could feel the package slipping from her grasp. NO, she thought. I’ll never be able to pick it up if I drop it. But she could gain no purchase on the box, not without dropping one of the other four she was carrying. She bobbled, trying to balance it, but just as she feltContinue reading “Christmas Messages”
Michael Wheetley rose from the table where he’d been drinking coffee to carry the cup back to the counter for a refill. He picked up the carafe and swirled the ebony liquid. Last cup from this batch, he realized, and wondered if he should make another pot. He yawned as he mulled the question, thenContinue reading “The question”
Ten authors took part in panel discussions during InPrint’s second A World of Words book fair at Barnes and Noble in Cherry Vale Mall, Oct. 20. Here are some quick insights and inspirations they shared. “I plot chapter by chapter. I know what clue is going to be where. … I want my readers toContinue reading “Panelists offer insights to the writing life”
News Barnes & Noble Book Fair Join us for our second annual A World of Words: In Print Book Fair at the Cherry Vale Mall Barnes & Noble. It is Saturday, October 20 from 11 am to 5 pm. There will be guest authors, book signings, readings, panel discussions, and children’s events! Tell your familyContinue reading “Meet some writers”
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Writing time is scarce, especially when the sun is shining all over the dust — swirling in its rays — that I’ve been trying to ignore so my fingers can sweep across my keyboard. You’ll notice, it’s dust-free.