In Which You Prove You Don’t Hate Children…

...by buying a little story for charity. A while back, in a place know as Twitterland, I volunteered my story-knitting services to a project for Emily Suess' Writer's Week. It involved starting off and writing the first fourth of a round-robin story to benefit a children's hospital. The best part was that since I got … Continue reading In Which You Prove You Don’t Hate Children…

The Best Writing of the Week

I started reading A Tale of Two Cities last week, and in chapter five I found an amazing passage. The passage describes a voice. Many writers, lesser writers than Dickens, might use a single adjective. "Raspy", perhaps, or "feint". But Charles Dickens, who is now my favorite author, goes all in when describing a voice, … Continue reading The Best Writing of the Week