I will launch the summer edition of the newsletter today. Please comment on the newsletter and the flash fiction here. I am excited about this issue. Not only is it a milestone for the website (1st newsletter) but I enjoyed writing the flash fiction. (Flash fiction is a short story, usually less than 1,000 words.) […]
A blast from the past. That’s me — the tall one in a shirt! What do you think is happening? Who am I saving? How many stitches did I need after this feat? The real story? Zero stitches needed. I was baby sitting the bear for a friend building a new house. He wasn’t a
What story do you see in this photo? It is part of my inspiration for my WIP historical novel about a small boy growing up in the Ozarks at the end of the Great Depression. I imagine his grandma looked like this. This is a photo of my great grandmother taken on her cabin porch.
During part of my youth, we lived in the country. Sometimes my brother and I would pluck long stalks of grass. You know, the ones with a big seed head on the end? We’d clamp the stem end in our teeth and let the head hang out front. I don’t know why. I guess we
Last Friday I visited the Central Christian College of the Bible library looking for some books on culture and customs of the Bible. This will be useful for the Warrior project. Patty Agee was super helpful. I also picked up a couple of books in the bookstore. Can’t wait to finish the rewrite of Ozark
I just made progress on Growing Up Ozark Poor! So far I’m 20% complete on the Editing phase. [mybookprogress progress=”0.19927536231884058″ phase_name=”Editing” book=”1″ book_title=”Growing Up Ozark Poor” bar_color=”0066cc”]
I’ve made a lot of progress in setting up the site. Though I’ve used WordPress before, the Astra theme had a bit of a learning curve. I also needed to find a plugin to display the recent posts on the home page in the way I want. Now to move on to the subscriptions pieces.
I just made progress on Growing Up Ozark Poor! So far I’m 5.4% complete on the Editing phase. [mybookprogress progress=”0.05434782608695652″ phase_name=”Editing” book=”1″ book_title=”Growing Up Ozark Poor” bar_color=”0066cc”]