Now available: Ties of Fate: Twelfth Book in the Bear and Hunter Series Coming Soon: Book Thirteen and A Second Compilation in Ebook and Paperback See Current Publications for the rest of the Series.
So here is the poem for the day....when I first read this poem in grade school it was in a book of Shel Silverstein poems...but from what I could find Jack Prelutsky wrote it apparently? Anyone know the story on this? I can't remember from back when I first read it if it was in … Continue reading Credit Confusion–Who is the Poet?
I have been MIA...life of an Overnight Server....here is the a poem to catch up: Charge of the Light Brigade By Lord Alfred Tennyson I Half a league, half a league, Half a league onward, All in the valley of Death Rode the six hundred. “Forward, the Light Brigade! Charge for the guns!” he said. … Continue reading Behind on Poetry Month
Poetry Month Continues...and today is Maya Angelou's birthday. It would have been her 90th In her honor here is a poem written by her: Woman Work By Maya Angelou I've got the children to tend The clothes to mend The floor to mop The food to shop Then the chicken to fry The baby to … Continue reading A Fitting Birthday for Poetry Month
Today's Poem...Mother Goose I am a brozen lock I am a brozen key I am a silver lock I am a silver key I am a gold lock I am a gold key I am a Don lock I am a Don key
In my Character Sketch--Katnes Marie Chasseur post I mentioned how hard a time I was having to decide if I would rewrite the story from first person POV to third person POV limited. Third person POV limited is how my Co-Author Harlow Hunter and I write our current *Bear and Hunter* Series. She does the … Continue reading Deciding to Change POV
In one of my first post I talked about the birth of a character. I would like to expand on the characters' profiles as a way to both brainstorm and round out their personalities and hopefully intrigue you the reader. I realize the balancing act of telling too much about a character. However, I feel … Continue reading Character Sketch–Katnes Marie Chasseur
Recently as I have been going back through my writings for the Bear and Hunter Series and editing I have discovered how much wasted word nonsense I wrote. My co-author, Harlow Hunter, and I write via Skype's messenger service. In the moment phrases, grammar and mediocre writing is somewhat acceptable if it gets the point … Continue reading Trimming the Fat from Writing (Instead of the Turkey)