I’m very excited to share my article published this morning with A Fine Parent, parenting blog, focusing on becoming better versions of ourselves as parents. I’ve loved working with them and being a part of their mission.
We have unfinished business, you and I.
It sounded simple in theory. You telling me not to give money to people because I’m perpetuating, supporting addictions.
But, I take issue. Call bullshit. You’ve also said, “Get healthcare. Cellphones. Walls.”
STOP. Your stereotypes suck. Your agenda transparent.
Word count: 39
You’re ready to do edits for me?
You bet, I’ve got my red pen.
Well, okay, thanks. I could use fresh eyes. I’m already on my third draft.
Third, you say? Great. I’ll grab that hard copy, get it back to you in a bit.
Nope, just the first five pages.
Oh, whoa, it’s really slashed up. Red.
We’ll be working together for a while.
It could hardly have been a bloodier beginning.
Word count: 75
I’d like to see it.
yes, i am curious, too.
WE OUGHT TO WAIT FOR IT TO STOP SCREAMING.
“Oh, honey, don’t stop screaming.”
Sharing my short story the best way I know how with an amazon giveaway. If you’re interested, follow the link below!
From a family of dysfunction, having appropriate boundaries doesn’t come naturally.
Kate and Penny are at each other’s throats. Paul tries to keep out of the way. And mom loves her books.
First in a series of connected short stories:
WONDER WOMAN IN TRAINING
High school senior, Kate, is on her own for the first time in her life with no one to take care of but herself. Even across several hundred miles, her family crushes her independence and reminds her just how connected she is to a life she wishes she could change.
Sometimes finding your power starts with pretending it’s already there.
Available at Amazon.com and Amazon Kindle Unlimited