This is Tuscaloosa, Alabama a few hours ago. My wife has friends and family there, and the news isn’t good. The city is devastated, with several buildings simply gone. It only gets worse from there; the damage across the state, and all over the Southeast, is unspeakable. And it touches home in so many ways… Continue reading Prayer For Alabama – And For Us
And here’s the flipside to the “No” list, from the same agent. Another interesting read for all of my writer folks out there. http://perigeebooks.typepad.com/blog/2011/03/why-we-say-yes-one-editors-list.html
Why We Say No Thanks: One Editor’s Top Ten List. This is for all of my writing friends who may be wondering about their future in publishing. It’s pretty brutal, but informative.
Jonathan, my son, woke up with a grudge against women this morning, which would be understandable if he were 21 years old and possessed of an oft-broken heart. But he’s only two, so the phenomenon was a little strange. Not only did he fuss at Ella when she tried to keep him trapped on her… Continue reading My Son, The Mayor Of The Terrible Twos