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Winter Writiing

Even though I spent much of the summer working on screenplays for Cassandra’s Castle, writing queries for An Unconventional Mr. Peadlebody, and posting opinions on Facebook, I’m looking forward to fall writing. There’s something about the cold air that makes … Continue reading

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Sasha: The Secret of Barnacle Bay

Sasha waited even though she knew she’d get into trouble if she didn’t get home before dark. Soon the sun would sit on top of the sea. The magic hour of day. She couldn’t miss it. Not tonight, not like every other night when she was always led away from the beach by her big sister, Beth. Tonight would be different. The day was too perfect. Warm, quiet. Continue reading

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Stage and Shakespeare

I cannot believe I drove an hour and a half, starting out at 4 pm on a stormy Sunday afternoon when I would normally be kicking back in my pajamas, headed north across a floating bridge and on into elk … Continue reading

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Making Believe I can climb mountains!

I’ve been thinking about this post for a couple of days now. My emotions over this filming, or potential filming, or maybe there will be a filming, has been like a roller coaster. Not only do I rise to new … Continue reading

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Making Believe I still have time to blog!

There is no greater thrill than working with a team of artists of all different mediums together on one project. Continue reading

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They are here!!!

Death did not disturb him for a mer’s passing was graceful, as is the swaying of the ocean under a summer’s moon. If his mother had died naturally, he would have taken comfort in knowing she was fulfilling the final cycle of life.
But she didn’t die naturally. Continue reading

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Pouraka: An Underwater Romance

All life comes to the same end whether on land or in the sea. Tas could accept that. It was not death that disturbed him. A mer’s passing oftentimes was graceful, as is the swaying of the ocean under a summer’s moon. If his mother had died naturally, he would have taken comfort in knowing she was fulfilling the final cycle of life.
But she didn’t die naturally.

Because of that, grief would adhere to him as mussels adhere to the pilings under the pier, skeletons of forgotten shapes crusting over remnants of a once-living creature.
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