Tag: writing

Finally Giving Writing a Try by Idelle Kursman

Finally Giving Writing a Try by Idelle Kursman I always loved writing and people often complimented my work, but it never occurred to me to try to publish a book. The idea struck me when my twins were born. I would read children’s books to… Continue Reading “Finally Giving Writing a Try by Idelle Kursman”

Pantser vs. plotters. by Dennis Scheel

Pantser vs. plotters. by Dennis Scheel   Many authors blend their stories into many different genres. The main one first, then many little ones mixed in for goodwill… or just for the heck of it. Then there are also those, who fall into them by… Continue Reading “Pantser vs. plotters. by Dennis Scheel”

An Article by Damien Larkin

When I was ten, I had a grading at my Tae Kwon Do club. If I passed, it meant I would move up to a more advanced belt. How much preparation did I do? Virtually, none.

THE ODDITIES OF A TRAVELING LIFE – WRITING AS RETIREMENT THERAPY FOR AN OLD GEEZER…by Patrick Burns

THE ODDITIES OF A TRAVELING LIFE – WRITING AS RETIREMENT THERAPY FOR AN OLD GEEZER…by Patrick Burns   Sometimes it just doesn’t work out the way you thought it would. I decided to climb off the corporate ladder nearly ten years ago, leaving Singapore and… Continue Reading “THE ODDITIES OF A TRAVELING LIFE – WRITING AS RETIREMENT THERAPY FOR AN OLD GEEZER…by Patrick Burns”

An Article by Ruth Danes

An Article by Ruth Danes Since childhood, I have been interested in both stories and history. When I was a little girl, I wrote and illustrated little books made from folded pieces of A4 paper. In my teens, I wrote a few truly awful… Continue Reading “An Article by Ruth Danes”

THE PURSUIT OF HEALTH by Valeria Teles

THE PURSUIT OF HEALTH by Valeria Teles  I went for a run because I had eaten a small, organic dark chocolate cookie the day before and I felt that I had to punish myself. It was habitual for me to punish myself with strenuous, caloric… Continue Reading “THE PURSUIT OF HEALTH by Valeria Teles”

Golden Gremlin: A Vigorous Push from Misanthropes and Geezers by Rod A. Walters

Golden Gremlin: A Vigorous Push from Misanthropes and Geezers by Rod A. Walters Golden Gremlin is a book of humor told from experience: from those good citizens, either gender, who are old enough to be real misanthropes (persons at peace with their own selves)… Continue Reading “Golden Gremlin: A Vigorous Push from Misanthropes and Geezers by Rod A. Walters”

Christmas Day

Merry Christmas! What Do People Do? Many Canadians have a day off work on December 25 and many spend the day with close relatives or friends. It is customary to exchange gifts, enjoy a special festive meal and, perhaps, attend a special church service.… Continue Reading “Christmas Day”

Christmas Eve

What Do People Do? Many people in Canada have to work on Christmas Eve, but it is also a day of preparation for the approaching holidays. Some people buy last-minute Christmas gifts for family members and friends while others wrap presents that they bought… Continue Reading “Christmas Eve”