Throwback Thursdays: Rings and Things

Dragon Prince by Melanie Rawn (cover art by Michael Whelan) is the first epic fantasy series I ever read, and I loved it. It was recommended to me by fellow Mercedes Lackey fans, all of whom seemed to be reading Rawn – and telling me she was the next great thing. I was 12 at the […]

Wonderful Wednesdays: Color Blindness

I’m not going to lie. I’m posting this so late on Wednesday in large part because I was racking my brain trying to think of something wonderful to say. Once I came up with the concept and a possible title, I was trying to decide whether I should title this Mercy or Forgiveness, because color-blindness […]


tip toe ingpast all the reasons i forgot to call,forgot to write,forgot. skipping happily towardinspirationimagination. lost in a world of my own creation.the story must go on.


I have only a second to                                      try to              tell you                                          i can’t                                              remember                                               what. let me try again. so much                                                 more than i             has happened                      can bear                     tripping            off     my tongue                        over my words. I’ve missed you! Please don’t go againso soon. i need time to get it together.i need […]


1 2 3 2 1 2 3 2 1 2 3 2 1 2 3 2 Why am I so afraid? Why am I so afraid? 1 2 3 2 1 2 3 2 1 2 3 2 1 2 3 2 Why am I so afraid? Why am I so afraid?What is the worst […]

Friday Fictioneers: The Chair

PHOTO PROMPT -Copyright – Jan Wayne Fields The Chair A realtor calls Jack to the Cook house in northern Maine, to prove it’s full of antiques and empty of ghosts. He sets up his equipment in one corner of the allegedly haunted master bedroom. Then, he waits. In front of him, an antique writing desk […]

Throwback Thursdays: You Remind Me of the Babe

What babe, you ask? Why, the the babe with the power of course! You know you want to sing along – again. 😉 Recently, I was watching Labyrinth (for the nth time) the latest and greatest from puppeteer Jim Henson. Gasp, the greatest? I know, I loved the Muppets too. I even saw the 2011 […]

A Love Letter from Heaven

I had to hunt this down so I could repost! I spoke to my sister and she said the feather she found she put into a hat and gave to my mom who passed away shortly after (from cancer). Thank you for sharing as this was deeply meaningful and what I needed to hear right […]