Angeline closed her eyes, the dark around her holding a simple silence that only nature could weave. The wind teased the hood of her midnight-blue windbreaker and whistled a hello … Continue reading #writingdaily | left
A writer. A reader. A lover of words. The desire to write has been upon me since I can remember. As a child I would get together with my siblings and create impromptu plays. Or we would play imaginary adventures in our walnut tree or stranded old bus on our 30-acre homestead in Oregon. Novels didn't blossom until I was 16. A shy teen viewed as an outsider, I lived through my characters. There was so much depth of emotion to experience through them! Because of my adventures through my characters, my brain sees more facets of possibilities, and I'm more certain of my identity. I like who I am and enjoy the challenge in creating the perfect story for the characters sitting in the back stage of my imagination.
I just finished reading Roanoke: The Lost Colony by Angela Hunt this afternoon. I have always been fascinated by the history of the lost colony of Roanoke, so imagine my … Continue reading Roanoke, by Angela Hunt
I started writing a “campaign module” today. I’m calling the adventure ‘The Forest of the Unyielding‘. The hubs and I have had many, many conversations about me leading a table-top campaign/adventure. … Continue reading forest of the unyielding