“I thought such awful thoughts that I cannot even say them out loud because they would make Jesus want to drink gin straight out of the cat dish.” ~~~Anne Lamott, Small Victories When I read that sentence, the image was so vivid, I laughed out loud. And I thought, she must be thinking some really, … More Musing on Forgiveness
If you follow me on Twitter you’ve already seen my tweets about these three essays. If not, here they are. I highly recommend them all. Happy Friday! Strange Inspirations: Past Resolutions & Tools to Help You Stay Focused Today Dear New Year Words Can Sustain and Save Us: The Millions Interviews Marie Howe … More Three Must Shares # FridayReads
Those who read this blog regularly know how much I enjoy sharing other writers writing. I try to do that from time to time. Lately, I’ve read some astounding stories via poetry, flash fiction, and essay that I want to share with you. They’re all pretty short and only take a few seconds to a … More 15 Amazing Stories to Read by Women When You Need a Break from the Festivities
The last three books of poetry I’ve read couldn’t be more different. Two of them, “Milk and Honey” by Rupi Kaur and “Good Bones” by Maggie Smith, came to my attention on Twitter. Did you know there’s a vibrant poetry community on Twitter? Actually, there’s a vibrant writing community there. I’ve found some fantastic books, … More 3 Books, 3 Poets
It’s a good day for reading.
There are some fantastic women writers writing interesting, enlightening, bold stories online but, sometimes, its not so easy to find those voices among the cacophony that is the internet. So. I’m going to share four women whose stories and poems stood out for me recently. Oh, I could share so much more but, if you’re … More Focus on Four: Reading Women Online