The ebook edition of Finding Their Way Home is going on sale this weekend! For this Saturday and Sunday only, you can purchase my ebook for the low price of $0.99 through amazon.com and amazon.co.ku! That’s a savings of 75% on amazon.com and 65% on amazon.co.ku. So don’t miss out! Blame it on the excitement,…Continue reading My Ebook’s Going on Sale This Weekend!
Introduction I started this flash fiction story yesterday while a pot of soup simmered on the stove. I didn’t get a chance to finish it until this morning. When writing a flash fiction story, I try to keep it as lean as possible, keeping it around the 1000 word count. I hope you enjoy reading.…Continue reading A Symbol of Hope
Introduction Becky is a fictional character in the short story that I’m working on. I probably should’ve had this story completed by now, but I don’t. Ah well. It’ll be done when it’s done. You might still consider the whole conversation to be complete nonsense. But I’m hoping that you enjoy it, of course. Speaking…Continue reading Silent Passengers – A Conversation with Becky
Before the Rain I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted, so I decided to come clean and share why I’ve been absent – aside from my road trip. It was a nice trip by the way. We were gone for a week, making it one of our shorter trips. We usually go for…Continue reading We Can’t Enjoy the Sunshine Without the Rain
Another school year has ended and now comes the much awaited summer vacation by teachers and students alike. I had the honor of spending my last day of school with a beautiful group of grade 12 students, who will be moving on next year to find their own path to success. As we know, the…Continue reading My Happiness Manifesto – The Key to My Success
Well, it’s that time of year again. My brain is officially mush. You could mash it with a plastic spoon at this point. The June by-product of being a (substitute) teacher. It’s been a busy school year for me. In addition to work, I’ve spent every available minute from November to February putting my book…Continue reading A Few Quick Thoughts
As we navigate our way through life, we’re bound to make a mistake, maybe two, maybe more. It goes with the territory and it’s called being human. I have to yet to meet someone, anyone, who has never tripped up. Often times, those mistakes teach us our most valuable lessons – etched into our consciousness…Continue reading A Look Back to Count My Blessings
Hi everyone! I hope this week’s post sees you well and in good health. This week was slow for me on the substitute teaching side of things as the school year begins to wind down. Many teachers will be starting their yearly review soon in preparation for final exams. Teachers want their students to succeed…Continue reading Embracing the Unknown
Last Sunday, I had the absolute pleasure of reading Untimely Death by C.Yvette Spencer. It was my Mother’s Day gift to myself. And what a wonderful gift it turned out to be! Untimely Death begins with Maria who owns her own clothing store. The day starts like any other ordinary day with Maria tending to…Continue reading Untimely Death – It’ll Keep You Guessing!
First of all, I’d like to take this opportunity to wish all the mothers out there a very happy Mother’s Day! And thanks to my own mother, I discovered many years ago that mothers always know best. Here’s to you, Mom! In celebration of Mother’s Day, P.D. Workman put together a fantastic list of book…Continue reading The Post Without a Name