I still plan to write more fiction, but as I have mentioned in the past, finding the time and often the place to write properly is not that easy to do.
This subject has been on my mind especially lately. In order to teach in Wisconsin: "Pursuant to Wis. Stat. 118.19, “any person seeking to teach in a public school, including a charter school, or in a school or institution operated by a county or the state shall first procure a license or permit” from the... Continue Reading →
Dawn of Wonder by Jonathan Renshaw My rating: 5 of 5 stars From the moment I read the first two sentences of this book, I was engaged. With respect to the fantasy genre, what makes this story unique and noteworthy is the poetic style of Renshaw's writing. It is not lofty or flamboyant; it is... Continue Reading →
https://embed.ted.com/talks/john_francis_walks_the_earth I stumbled on a story in National Geographic, called Planet Walker Wants to Hear What You Have to Say by David Maxwell Braun . I am ashamed to admit I had never heard of this gentleman. It is an interesting account of a young man who, in 1971, witnessed an oil spill in San... Continue Reading →
Scritch, scratch by faint candle light, deep and long into the night - a man sits down and begins to write - a new country is born. Scratch, splotch, by dim light's glow, the words, ideas, and the fanfare grows. On a page are scrawled a nations notes and an anthem's scored. Scritch, drip, by... Continue Reading →
I do not eat to lose weight. I'll start with that. So why do I eat - why do we eat - we humans? We eat because we must. Although there are examples of exceptions, the rule of thumb is that humans can live about three-weeks without food. Does that mean that I eat healthy?... Continue Reading →