Where I talk about sometimes feeling typecast as a personal blogger.
Last week was my first business trip in Boston for the new job. I figured some of you might be interested in the brief details and at the end I have a travel tip. Let's dig in! Sunday Sunday was my travel day. After church, my family dropped me off at my local airport, a … Continue reading First week on the road – travel tips and reflections
Today is my last day at my job of six years. Here's the email I wrote to all the people there who feel stuck there and embittered, like I did only months ago.
My review of the reMarkable, an expensive e-ink "paper tablet" that offers a great handwriting experience.
Wherein I put on my complainy-pants and spill the beans on what I don't like about my critique group.
Wherein I muse about my transition from the old company to the new and to a new life as a road warrior. That actually sounds much cooler than the blog post.
Why good quality hardcover editions are a joy to read.
2018 was a monumental year for me, and I'm hoping 2019 will keep up the momentum. I don't have any big overall lessons or revelations, but I thought it would be helpful to list some of my 2018 highlights. Life events: The birth of my third child Monya who shares a birthday with Harry Potter. … Continue reading Looking back, looking forward
It's a bit strange to me that something as cut and dried as pronouns were in the 90s has become a battlefield in the current zeitgeist, but for writers working to get published, here's what I recommend:
Here in the Upstate of South Carolina, our interactions with Wintry weather are a bit different than in most other parts of the country. Today was the first snowy day and as usual everything ground to a halt over a couple of inches of snow. It snows here perhaps two or three times each Winter … Continue reading South Carolina Snow Days