Tall Tale Tuesdays

Procrastination Letter

As I was dawdling on another new hire, the following letter was delivered to me by the Executive Director dated 30 days ago. Dear Ms. Lingerman: This letter is to inform you that your employees’ lack of follow through has been noted. This time-consuming behavior must stop and will be met with varying grades of discipline. Therefore, you must eventually end your employees’ procrastination by implementing the following punishments within the next day or so... CLICK TO READ MORE!

Tall Tale Tuesdays

A Ferret Named Billy

Today, I woke up to the sun streaming in my windows. The soft glow interrupted my dreaming state at the precise moment when the Prince was about to kiss me. How terribly disappointed I was not to touch his lips with mine... click to read more!

Mommy Writes

Imaginative Pieces for a Creative Space

As one looks around my newfound writing space, they are blanketed with inspiration by a couple of creative minds. Many have asked me, “What do those words on the ceiling say?” and some have inquired about my mother’s artwork. Today, I am going to share with you the story behind the art and the artists behind the quotes.

Mommy Writes

Mommy Writes Studio – A Dream Come True!

It feels so good to be writing, again! I have been waiting a very long time for a quiet space free of distractions, and now it is complete… almost!

Mommy Writes

Working Moms and the Dreamer

What can a mom do to balance out her home/work life and pursue her dreams? I struggle to find the answer as I care for my family while looking forlornly at my dormant computer.  As moms, If we don’t maintain our dreams and put a little effort into them each day, we get lost and… Continue reading Working Moms and the Dreamer

Mommy Writes

Rainy Day Project for the Cabin Fevered Family

As I look out my window on this warm February morning dreaming of what Spring may bring, I am overwhelmed with thoughts of families suffering from cabin fever. The stress of being cooped up in a confined space with humans in various stages of their lives combating multiple challenges must be straining relationships by now...… Continue reading Rainy Day Project for the Cabin Fevered Family

The Writer's Life

In the Throws of Edits

Every novelist will tell you that writing a book is the easy part. Editing it is the pits. When an author takes their own imagination and free writes their book without a scripted outline or any idea of where they are going, the story flows like jagged rocks tumbling down a mountainside and crashing into… Continue reading In the Throws of Edits