Reading Time: 2 minutes As a symbol of joy, hope, and beauty, the sunflower will have a home in my garden for years to come. Continue reading Sunflowers of the world, unite!
Reading Time: 3 minutes William Zinsser’s bright “Writing With a Word Processor” gives a first-person account of a turning point in publishing and modern technology. Continue reading ‘Writing with a word processor’ – a Review
Reading Time: 4 minutes What is your practice at home? Shoe agnostic? Shoephobic? Strict? Loosey-shoesy? How do you shoe? Why? And what do you think of us clods who do? Continue reading Shoes on or shoes off?
Reading Time: 3 minutes I’m having fun relearning how to use a manual typewriter. it’s like riding a bicycle. You don’t forget, exactly. But if you saw me trying to ride a bicycle nowadays, you’d get a good laugh.
Reading Time: 3 minutes This is a limited-time offer: Simon & Schuster is offering two titles about conflict as free e-books and audiobooks through July 31. Continue reading Free audio and e-books offer conflicting views on conflict
Reading Time: 2 minutes Serendipity is one of the creative tools a writer has to pull things together into context. Continue reading Week in Review: Week 29
Reading Time: < 1 minutes The reviews of “Inventions That Changed History” on Discovery+ are rolling in, and … I’m not in them. But they haven’t burst my bubble. Continue reading ‘Inventions that changed history’ gets bubbly reviews
Reading Time: < 1 minutes “Inventions That Changed History” debuts March 31 on Discovery+ with two episodes a week through April 14. Will Bubble Wrap be featured? Continue reading ‘Inventions that changed history’ pops on March 31
Reading Time: 2 minutes Whoever you are, whatever you believe, wherever you are in the world, the words written by one man led to the freedom of expression you cherish today. Continue reading Religious Freedom Day
Reading Time: 7 minutes – SHORT STORY – In this scene from “He Said, She Said,” the owner of the Morning Sun and Evening Star tells “the troops” just what it means to go to war with an unseen enemy. Continue reading The Moral Equivalent