|a note from EJ March 10, 2015|
He sat and mulled through the piles of chapters he had already thrown out. “What if I bring back this one,” he thought as he took another sip of coffee. In the early morning of a gray rainy day, everything looked like it could fit back into his story, but after seven drafts he should …Read More...
|Tagged with: book * books * Mariline * novel * writing|
|a note from EJ February 5, 2015|
Snow. Who needs it? I walked out of my apartment this morning at 6:15 AM to see a fresh blanket of the white stuff all over. “WHAT!” I thought. Not having been alerted by cell phone, by the weather man on TV and over the internet you could imagine my surprise this morning. I would …Read More...
|Tagged with: climate * cold * daily life * shoveling * snow * weather|
|a note from EJ February 4, 2015|
I like peace as much as the next fellow. In fact, I would like to believe that we would all like to live in peace someday but making a peace symbol in a picture is not going to help. I would challenge that making a peace symbol or victory symbol does the opposite because it …Read More...
|Tagged with: govenment * hand gestures * peace * peace sign * photos * politics * selfies * war|
|a note from EJ January 23, 2015|
I do not know that I should listed as a blogger, as I have not written anything on here in almost a month. I can blog, should something strike me as something I need to get off my chest or just talk. I like to blog. I like to write. I think my absence on …Read More...
|Tagged with: animals * cats * daily life * dogs * puppies|
|Spoon Girl: an explanation|
|a note from EJ December 30, 2014|
Before you get any ideas that you think I know something about writing, I’ll let you in on a little secret. In 2012, I wrote and published Spoon Girl all in six months. At the time, I was excited about the story and couldn’t wait to spread my new found skills as a writer. I …Read More...
|Tagged with: book * book review * books * eBook awards * review * Spoon Girl * Writer's Digest|