Creative Writing, Writing, Writing Inspiration, Writing Process

A Writer’s Life

So, that's me up there in the center circle! For years, I've written flash fiction, short stories and novels. Sometimes they are published and most times they are not. But, I celebrate the wins along the writing way. I'm a finalist for SheWrites Press and SparkPress fourth annual contest. There will be two winners: One… Continue reading A Writer’s Life

Inspiration

12 New Year’s Eve Traditions Around the World

Photo by Karolina Grabowska on Pexels.com Are you trying to push Covid-19 behind you? I am. Especially since I'm awaiting a test to see if I'm positive or not. Hopefully, not. A family member who tested positive is asymptomatic but everyone in the household decided to get a test. So, while we're waiting and isolating,… Continue reading 12 New Year’s Eve Traditions Around the World

Books, Writing

How to Increase Latinx Representation in Children’s Literature

Hi everyone.  I was on a COVID hiatus during the spring and summer, but I am back to posting. I hope you were all well and managed to avoid the virus as it has wreaked havoc with so many people, including my son, who lives in New York City. Thankfully, he successfully battled the virus… Continue reading How to Increase Latinx Representation in Children’s Literature

Family

CoVID19 and War Stories

  This is day eleven of my self imposed "Stay at Home," routine and day five of the California Governor's decree. How are you all doing? Amid the humorous and not so funny memes and photos, I came across the above message, which gave me pause to reflect. My mother is in her 90's. Practicing… Continue reading CoVID19 and War Stories