Readers adore courageous characters. We’ll forgive a character just about any flaw, but never cowardice.
Archives for November 2012
North Carolina cuisine still reflects its southern roots but a new generation of talented chefs has raised the bar and brought a high level of imagination and sophistication to the state’s tables.
If you are in an unbalanced relationship with a needy friend there is no time like the present to remedy the situation. You will both benefit from your efforts.
Keeping our dog interested in training can mean offering up some interesting rewards for their good behaviours. But what if those rewards are so distracting that your dog isn’t really learning much? Balancing your dogs motivation and distraction can be the key to helping them learn effectively.
In the struggle to overcome an unwanted challenge, the journey is never easy; and in this installment from “Hey You!!! You’re Too Young to be Here!!!” a life and death journey transcends all expectations, resulting in a re-birth.
The issues a person had with an alcoholic parent don’t just evaporate once that person passes away.
Guest Author Janalyn Voigt suggests two techniques most every writer can use to find more time to write.
What Rosenberg discovered working in situations where conflict was quite high and challenging was that when people spoke from a place of their feelings and perceived needs, instead of a place of judgement and evaluative criticism, not only was conflict reduced, but it became easier for everyone involved in a given situation to gain clarity about the truth.
This grief feels thicker somehow. There’s no one here but me, rattling about and stepping over shadows of invisible cats, rewriting the script of my daily life.
This week’s video talks about the biggest lesson I learned while writing Dreamlander and why I probably shouldn’t have had to learn it.