Category: A Writer’s Life

Life happens, sometimes not even in the story we’re writing.

looking back to see forward

When I first started writing novels, I was sixteen years of age. There was no question in my mind about subject or purpose; I had a crystalline view of the characters, their story, and the struggles and blessings along the way. That young adult… Continue Reading “looking back to see forward”

greetings and salutations

This is Michael King, the often heard of, but never heard from husband of Nona King. So, after some discussion we have decided that now would be a good time for me to participate in her years long endeavor with this blog. So, as… Continue Reading “greetings and salutations”

writer wednesday: challenges

Writers have it hard, though we revel in the thought of being a “glutton for punishment”. Why? It may have something to do with the expressions which fall over (or glaze over) the target of our conversation. It could also be the fact that, as a writer… Continue Reading “writer wednesday: challenges”