Busy, busy, busy — BREAK! And brakes…

For the last three weeks, I’ve been busy editing a manuscript. Not one of my own. Something someone else wrote. This was the first editing pass. I wrapped it up and emailed everything to both the author and the publisher Friday night with thirteen minutes to spare before the clock … Continue reading

How Folktales Come to Be

Thought I’d share this real quick before I dive back into editing today. Turn the lights off. Make sure everything in the house is silent. Close your eyes and imagine that it’s late at night, or the wee hours of the morning before the sun has risen, and you’re still … Continue reading

“Intellectual Property”

Last year Scott Franklin at Franklin-Christoph asked me to write a story to accompany the release of their Model 40 “Panther” fountain pen. So I did. Continue reading