I've been up and going for 21 hours, so I can't do it justice tonight, but I wanted to get this placeholder down- so I would remember to come back and reflect on the fantastic Broadway play I saw tonight, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, based on the book I liked so much 10+ years ago.
This week, I'm working on a short story.
In anticipation of my main character's struggle, I'm asking my readers to share their own story from the theme: What question do you dread being asked? ...continue reading "Dreaded Question: Reader’s Stories"
We are a nation of movie-buffs, bibliophiles, and TV junkies. We love our stories. Even many of our non-fiction books, documentaries, music, and even video games are story-driven. ...continue reading "Tell Me a Story"
I am one of many Americans that would pay good money if I could be guaranteed that I never again had to hear a song from the movie Frozen. Or Everything is Awesome from the Lego Movie. I've heard comedians make similar jokes about the songs from The Lion King.
And then I remember ET from my own childhood. You know, The Extra-Terrestrial? Reese's Pieces? Phone home, any one? The adults mocked us for our tears and devotion to the little creature, but I was profoundly moved by his journey. ...continue reading "What’s your most beloved childhood story?"