A short story for Halloween for kids Continue reading Fall Writing Frenzy 2022: The Shimmery Sidewalk
#FallWritingFrenzy 2021 contest where you select a photo and write a 200-word children’s story about it. Continue reading Fall Writing Frenzy
It’s time for the 10th Annual Halloweensie Contest! Here’s my entry. 100 words for kids, using skeleton, creep and mask. Continue reading Boooo! Halloweensie Contest!
Join a creative arts festival online to support education in Peru with the AWLC this October. Continue reading Online Arts Festival in October!
Telling stories to children can bring many benefits–from encouraging language, speech, and creativity, to promoting a sense of wonder at the world, to building stronger parent-child bonds. And it can be fun for all! Continue reading Why Do We Tell Stories?
This post discusses using art and writing to talk about anything, without limitations. Continue reading Using Art and Writing to “Talk about Anything”!
I started this blog to share some of my creative work–an autobiography, Haiku, a murder mystery, poems, short stories and the like–but also to share the creative minds and work of my fellow artists and writers.
I’ll be sharing the work and stories from artists and writers across the globe–from the USA to Peru to India to the Netherlands. (Photo taken @ Nippon Origami Museum, Narita Airport, Japan) Continue reading Welcome to my Blog
People have asked me why did I start this blog. Why do I want to write about writing and about art? Why are they important to me? And why write about others? My answer: Without art and literature (and science), where would we be? Stuck in a mud puddle somewhere, perhaps? Writing opens new worlds. Have you ever started reading a story and forgotten the … Continue reading Why Did I Start this Blog?