This week, I wrote a short play.
Cries in the darkness, I grab my rope and roll out of bed, leaving my husband to sleep. At any moment his phone will ring, calling him to the train yard.
I follow a blog called Trice Read that posted this tag today. I use Meyers Briggs personality types to help me develop characters. If you want you can do this tag, I’m not going to tag a bunch of people but I’m curious to see what your personality is! Get your free MBTI personality test at Sixteen Personalities or Personality…Read More
I have always been a quick learner, fairly crafty, and extremely cheap. So when I met my good friend Jasmine of The Jaybird’s Nest, I knew she was my people. Through the years she has taught me some very valuable things. Not only that, but she helps me raise my kids. For this, I am…Read More
Imagine, if you will, an ache. A small swollen pain that is constant and further irritated by doing the one thing that soothes you. Then remove your ability to fix it, or even articulate your need for assistance aside from screaming bloody murder and thrashing around. You have become a miniature angry octopus-banshee creature that is…Read More
Do you ever have those moments when your child completely creeps you out?? My son tells me to put my ear to the floor of his play room and he says “Can you hear that??? He’s in the walls. There is someone in the walls.” Then the other night I was laying in his bed…Read More
There have been a few events that make me feel like a legitimate writer. This is one of them. I have reached 100 followers on my Blog! I know a lot of you read from FaceBook, but if you’d like to contribute to my following click the “+Follow” button at the bottom right side of your…Read More
via Daily Prompt: Capable I am easily my worst critic. I am constantly inside myself, second guessing everything. The challenge is, whatever it is, I should do it anyway. If it is successful, I win. If it is something less than what it should be, yeah it might suck bad and my ego will take a…Read More
I never believed it for a second. I cannot help but feel a huge disconnect when I look back on my childhood. To say I was brought up by fairly hands off parents would seem accurate. I was not taught much about emotional processing. I was taught to do what I was told and to…Read More
So… I found this task very daunting, but I wrote my first play. A friend of mine told me to just change my book into a screenplay, but I think that writing in this fashion leaves too much to interpretation. This is a short 10 minute play written in the genre that I am most…Read More