These stories appear only on this blog.
I Met An Angry Lady at the Check-out Line Today – My most popular story by far, published here on my blog during the summer of 2016.
Father’s Day: Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing – A mixture of fact and fiction. I wanted to be ten-year-old Dee Dee — Dad’s nickname for me — living out this moment that has stayed with me to this day.
I’m Holding a Kindle and I Don’t Feel Like a Traitor – Sometimes we readers and writers keep chips on our shoulders for far too long, as in the case of digital devices.
Childhood Christmas Memory #3: The Gift That Changed Everything – Music burst into my life one Christmas morning.
I Am With Book – C.S. Lewis’ Till We Have Faces gives a remarkable description of literary creation.
Because That’s What We Storytellers Do – How a particular scene in the movie Saving Mr. Banks reminded me of why I write.
NaNoWriMo, Fahrenheit 451, and Life Under the Glass – Reading the classic Ray Bradbury novel made the writer in me both sinfully envious and wonderfully hopeful.