The world is big, time is short, your life is full — all of which swells me with gratitude for your attention. Thank you for reading my blog.
I’ll try not to waste your time, but instead stir your head, pry your heart. Together we’ll stretch our writing minds and build creative muscle.
Where you'll find me
In this big world, I'm so happy you found me. How'd you wind up here? Do you use a blog organizer, such as Feedly or Bloglovin'? Or do you bookmark this site and dip in on occasion?
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Talk to me, baby
My heart does a jig with your feedback, so please join in the blog conversation — agree, argue, question & prod! Here's how:
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Whadya wanna read?
So, tell me, what turns your crank, floats your boat, gets you revved to write? I'm eager to please (though not desperate, no really) and I want to know what you'd like on the menu. More meat, less dessert? Dim light, more wine?
What makes you tune in, or — gasp! — turn away?
But first, and again, thanks for meeting me here. The world has much to offer, and the pull and tugs are many. I appreciate you, and always enjoy our time together.