Whoever doesn’t believe In wishing trees Has never crossed paths With this special species; As gifts to pick Wishes hang from branches For the lucky few They provide second chances; But these wishes aren’t granted Without a cost Pick too many And good fortune you’ll have lost; But if you plant a wish On chosen… Read More Wishing Tree
There once was a tale Told long, long ago About a maiden who lit Her candle aglow; It was seen in the window Of the chateau Enticing her suitors To put on a show; Tried as they might Man, after man strutted by But none could catch The fair maiden’s eye; Soon her candle did… Read More The Candle
“Tread lightly,” They warned With looks of scorn As I acknowledged them politely; “No one knows what exists Across the bridge, Surely, trouble lives Near the forest ridge. We’ve seen shadows lurk Between the trees And heard squeals Carried over on the breeze.” The crowd dispersed Retreating to their cabins Oblivious to what’s about to… Read More Bridge of Chance
Let’s talk about writing… or more specifically, creating fictional characters. Sure, your major character is very important – a veritable guide for your readers – maybe someone they will come to see as a new friend (or quite possibly, foe). Then there are your minor characters, potential friends (or foes) for your major one. Will… Read More Ten TV Towns to Remember
Hi folks – I recently announced the publication of my new novel, Naming The Bits Between. I am pleased to say the Kindle version is now also available on Amazon.com. Happy reading!