On Monday morning, around 4:00 a.m., Heather woke me up. “This is it,” she said. She had been having contractions through the night for eight hours. They had picked up from 10-15 minutes apart down to every five or seven minutes. With two ...Read More »
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When I first published “Amidst Traffic” my goal was to write gritty and compelling stories that conv...
In April, I’ll be hosting a workshop on writing short stories. To prepare, I reached ou...
(This article first appeared on Terri G. Long’s website, author of “In Leah’s Wake...
MAPLE PARK, Ill., — Three horses trotted, kicking up clouds of dust in the enclosed arena, as ...
It’s true. I took a class at the University of Pittsburgh once taught by (now) deputy editor f...
This year, I had the pleasure of traveling to Alaska for the 2016 DoD Worldwide Visual Storytelling Workshop. Just finished the first day of presentation and tonight we go out and start shooting for a story the advanced team is ...Read More »
Note: This is my second year submitting a portfolio for the Eddie Adams Workshop. Last year, unfortunately, I wasn’t accepted, but since then, I’ve had some tremendous opportunities to capture the lives of Soldiers in training. This is the portfolio ...Read More »
In anticipation of the release of my upcoming novel, Jump, I wanted to offer some answers on a few questions I think readers and media might have regarding the book. I hope you enjoy! How did the idea for ...Read More »
Heather rolled out of bed, carrying Asher with her, who was still sleepy and clung to her. It was dark outside. Too early to get up. Phoenix lay in bed with me. Both of our boys had snuck into the ...Read More »
(Cover image belongs to artist Knows Flower) In marketing AMIDST TRAFFIC (my first self-published book, which has won several awards) I didn’t follow much of a marketing plan. I basically finished the book, had it edited, and rushed to publish just so ...Read More »
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