My friend Jo-Ann Mapson did a Q&A with me, too. (Do y’all even like Q&A’s??) Click here to be delivered to Jo-Ann Mapson’s site.
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Last week when I wrote about blogging and does it make for less “real” writing, I mentioned visiting with your work. Someone commented on this and got me to thinking even more about it. I do find visiting with my … Continue reading
This weekend I went camping with my 10-year-old son Travis and the Boy Scouts. We went out to Joshua Tree, the desert north of Palm Springs. Eight hundred thousand acres adjacent to the Mojave and Sonoran deserts. Our campsite was … Continue reading
I’m still thinking about the columnist, V, and the way he/she uses humor to avoid the heart of the matter: why he/she won’t put time and attention into the project that keeps calling him/her, that he/she obsesses over. Afraid of … Continue reading
Yesterday I was invited to lunch with a friend whom I met when he was an editor at a major metropolitan newspaper I freelanced for and one of that newspaper’s columnists. The columnist (let’s call him/her V), whom I consider … Continue reading
I’ve known Jo-Ann Mapson a long time and I always love to hear her take on things. She has published eight books of mainstream fiction as well as many freelance articles, national book reviews, and has been included in several … Continue reading