I once met a pianist who could play Clair de Lune. He played with such passion, such beauty that it brought me to tears. His love poured through his fingers and danced across ivory keys. My body moved to his melody in the only way I knew, and I danced for him. The Pianist andContinue reading “Freeing Clair”
Monthly Archives: November 2020
Curse of the Girl in the Wings
Enjoy… The wings of a stage hold weighty loneliness when a dancer cannot perform. Shadows swallow my dream of the spotlight while I stand in this cursed darkness. Fear keeps me from the stage while I watch others ascend to greatness. A dancer takes centre stage with prowling grace as he gazes upon the womenContinue reading “Curse of the Girl in the Wings”
Danger and Disappointment
I tremble from rage. My eyes burn with tears that drown me on dry land. Screaming in my head at the world, and him, I wonder how I could have been so stupid, so naive. Love does that to a person, at least the idea of it. It twists and taints what should have beenContinue reading “Danger and Disappointment”
Red cards, glitter glue, and heart stickers litter the table before me. I smile, watching the children make their Valentine’s day cards. It’s been a few days since I smiled. Dad’s heart attack still haunts me, but he is recovering well at home, and I am making it through as best I can. I neverContinue reading “Broken Valentine”
Colslaw for a Hungry Writer!
Image by Katrina at Pixabay. Introducing the Hungry Writer series where I share some useful recipes for writers. Welcome to my second recipe for busy writers, not that other people aren’t busy. As someone who has a job as well as treating my writing like a second job, I feel like it gets too muchContinue reading “Colslaw for a Hungry Writer!”
Writer’s Stew for a Hungry Writer!
Yup, actual stew. Writing is my second job, albeit unpaid for now. It means I need to make the most of my free time so I can make the most of my writing time. That includes preparing food. Winter is coming, and the days are getting colder and shorter. I’m sharing my versatile recipe forContinue reading “Writer’s Stew for a Hungry Writer!”
I know I’m a long way off publishing and branding. But it doesn’t hurt to ponder these things as I work up to the whole marketing stuff. I keep dipping into my lapsed graphic design skills and thinking about the general look I want to go for. I’m still deciding, but I have a possibleContinue reading “New Logo!”