January 11, 2022.Reading time 7 minutes.
One of the joys of writing books is the human connection you create with readers. I felt this the most from writing Song of Salzburg and as I look back at the text and rethink the story, I am convinced it is in part because this book really touches on the journey of an artist. […]
April 14, 2018.Reading time 9 minutes.
This morning, I feel like being real. I mean, I’m always REAL. But I mean, the dirty bathroom kind of real, the shut your bedroom door so no one sees the mess kind of real. Some of the real grittiness of life people don’t want to see, if we are being honest. They have their […]
January 2, 2018.Reading time 3 minutes.
I can always tell if my life is out of balance when my closet and my laundry room are a mess. My desk, though, my desk is ALWAYS a mess, and I like it that way. Because I feel like balance is an inside out kind of thing. You can only be truly organized, balanced, […]
November 17, 2017.Reading time 5 minutes.
Complicated: the best word to use when describing England’s change to greater democracy. What could they do, with the French Revolution so close at their heels? Fear dictated much of the lawmaking. At the forefront, they wished to avoid the terror from across the channel. Undercurrents of resistance to change, the noble class’s feelings of […]