An author blessed with imagination should not only focus on the work in progress, but also visualize the success of their finished book.
I knew I was in career burnout months ago. The signs were obvious but I chose to ignore the symptoms. I was tired. Insomnia began. I couldn’t fall asleep at night or I woke up far too early in the morning hours. Writing became a chore instead of a love of storytelling. I ‘hated it’ when myContinue reading “Career burnout: you can do anything, but not everything!”
It’s all possible if you have the ‘will’ to try.
An author must have a little flower for days when the sun is shining but the snow still lies cold on the ground. A scent of spring, a pink petal to encourage sentiment, while pondering when spring might finally dawn. It’s National Flower Day. I should be working, but I’m taking a mental health momentContinue reading “One must have a Flower”
It juxtaposes an immediate impression on the listener of molecules clamoring together to form a new compound.
Love is… Worth the sacrifice!
As a young girl, I stood at the screen door of my life and sang out to the world:
My love, if you ruled my sun and stars, how then would I live?