The Fiddler's Son by Amy Isaman As a continuation of Harper’s and Sarah’s stories from The Overlander’s Daughter, this sequel does not disappoint! We go deeper into Harper’s story and Sarah’s struggles continue. Amy Isaman can weave a story! Like The Overlander’s Daughter, The Fiddler’s Son moves back and forth in time between present day …
Author: Regina Allen
Giving Voice to Honor Our Foremothers￼
A Woman in Time By Bobi Conn https://www.amazon.com/Woman-Time-Novel-Bobi-Conn/dp/1542031818/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1653575628&sr=8-1 This story has an almost Biblical feel to it. In her first book In the Shadow of the Valley, Bobi Conn finds her own voice. Now she uses that voice to share the stories of her female ancestors. Conn shows us the world of turn-of the-century Appalachia …
Good-bye Social Media—Wouldn’t Wanna Be Ya
So this little turtle is going into her shell to be alone and get some work done!
Channeling Emotional Energy
Capture your emotional energy and pour it into your writing.
Good-bye to Our Winky Dog
“A dog comes to you and lives with you in your house, but you do not therefore own her, as you do not own the rain, or the trees, or the laws which pertain to them.” --Mary Oliver
Prayer & Thinking
"I can shake everything off as I write; my sorrows disappear, my courage is reborn." -- Anne Frank
Blog on Blogging
When I write, I aim to turn the ugly into something beautiful.
Let a Joy Keep You
“Let a joy keep you. Reach out your hands And take it when it runs by.” Carl Sandburg
New ideas are such shiny, pretty objects, aren’t they!
Sometimes life gets in the way and the best you can do is plug along.