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From a very young age, even though I then lacked the spiritual understanding to articulate it, I knew that my creative soul was that of a writer. I revelled in the joy of creating worlds with words and … Continue reading
Roots. I never gave them much thought until last summer, when I took my two youngest to our postage-stamp-sized backyard, determined to see dirt instead of the overgrown mess of vine and leaves and weeds and whatever else had taken … Continue reading
When I was home for Thanksgiving last November, I found my old journals. Seven of them, filled from cover to cover, documenting my comings and goings from sixth grade all the way through my junior year of college. I was … Continue reading
The first piece I ever wrote was in high school. It was a short children’s story about Chester the Chipmunk and his perilous journey from a pine tree to a Christmas tree. As reenacted years later in National Lampoon’s Christmas … Continue reading
When I was ten, I had a stroke of luck that represented the first real growth of writer roots for me. My grandparents gave me the manual typewriter I played with at their house. It was a Remington Rand, with … Continue reading
Kimberly Speranza writes Sperk*, a fearless examination of life with two adolescent daughters. She is a stay-at-home mom, divorced, in a relationship, and has a gift for procrastination. She has been blogging since 2011 and … Continue reading
Jessica Watson is a mom to five, four in her arms and one in her heart. After the loss of her infant daughter in 2007, Jessica left the corporate world behind, vowed to … Continue reading
Eric Sipple is a web developer by day and a writer by night. His first novel, Broken Magic, was published in September and is available on Amazon. Read his thoughts … Continue reading
Tara Pohlkotte lives in Wisconsin with her husband and two children. She writes about life, motherhood, and memories at Pohlkotte Press. To get a feel for Tara’s … Continue reading