I recently was asked what it means to read like a writer. This question enticed me to do some digging. Being a book-blogger, how I read a book and how I choose to write about it all depends on how the book speaks to its readers and how I can interpret that into a text… Continue reading Read Like a Writer
I found him. Finally, after all this time. I see her, with him, my son. My beautiful boy. He’s gotten so big. He has hair just like his dad, curly and bouncy, blonde with a hint of red. He has such little hands; I see as she takes one in hers, and leads him down… Continue reading Chapter Excerpt #4, “My Son is Missing”
“You’ll never get me to tell you where he is.” Finally, I made it. I found him. I know he is here. I know she took him. I always knew. Why would no one help me? He was here, in this house, with this woman. This is where he has been all this time. I… Continue reading Chapter Excerpt 3, “My Son is Missing”
I have started my journey of novel writing. I just started my first year (and first term) of Graduate School, where I will be earning my Masters of Arts in English and Creative Writing. I am thrilled! And I am inspired. I have started writing my first novel. It's working title is "My Son is Missing," and… Continue reading Chapter Excerpt #1, “My Son is Missing”
I suppose I need to discuss Augustus Waters. I think most of you know who this person is by now. He is the love story that all of us want to have. He's not cheesy, but romantic. He's dynamic, but simple. All of us fall in love with Augustus right along with Hazel Grace. Photo… Continue reading He is Quite a Character
Well hello there, Okay, I am here to blog about reading. No, I am not here to bore you to pieces. I hope that I am not the only one out there that likes to read about people that don't exist, people that do exist and people who could exist that do extraordinary things. To read is to… Continue reading You read, for fun?