One Second. The true story of the accident that caused my first round of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
I am tickled pink to share with you this ghost story written by author and visionary storyteller Lisa Redfern. Turn out the lights. Take your mind back in time to the mid 1800s in Truckee, California. Railroad construction was progressing across the Sierra Nevada mountain range - from East to West - connecting the rest …
Jonathan continues to inspire young minds and old 48 years after first publication. Jonathan Livingston Seagull made a huge impression on me as an adolescent in the late 70s. My attention focused on memoir now, I recalled Jonathan and his struggle for enlightenment and freedom. I couldn't find my childhood favorite in my stash so …
The process of finding and defining our own unique voice seems elusive, and perhaps, difficult to describe in concrete terms such as, "do A then B then C then ta-da you've found your voice." A 279 word story "Velma's Man" from the writing prompt "You'll Never Believe What Happened at the Company Picnic Yesterday." Notes from Sierra Writers Vision & Voices 2018 Conference.
I write to Entertain. A discussion and a SAD short story: Standing on the Precipice. A tissue at hand is recommended.
Origins of my true tale of PTSD
Origin of Nature of the Beast. A short allegorical story.