Seeing One’s Potential

In From Shards to Sea Glass the protagonist, Claire, held a teacup decorated with pinecones and tassels and saw it as more than just a vessel to sip tea from–she saw potential that doubtless no one previously had even considered.  If she had been able to act upon her idea, the teacup would have retained…

Magazine Winner and Latest Projects

First of all, there is a winner of the March/April 2019 issue of Beachcombing Magazine, and I hope to pop it in the mail as soon as possible. Thank you to everyone who entered! I’ve been working on some projects lately. The major one has been proofreading my brother’s 366-day devotional through the Song of…

NaNo…what???

NaNoWriMo? I’ve seen this term often on Twitter lately. It sounds like some sort of other-worldly camp where people go to write. Is the camp in the mountains? by the ocean? in space somewhere? Wouldn’t that be dreamy! I can’t imagine being sequestered for a month staring out a window at the stars where all…