Facebook is a nifty thing, don’t you think? It’s so good about reminding me of old posts and birthdays and how many likes I’ve had in the last year. Well, Facebook reminded me yesterday that it was the two-year anniversary … Continue reading My Master’s Thesis – An Excerpt
Because we’re Greek, I often get asked about our Thanksgiving traditions and what kind of foods we eat. But honestly, we don’t do anything out of the ordinary. We always have turkey and dressing, cranberry sauce, mac and cheese – … Continue reading Take a Break: It’s a Holiday!
I was talking with a group of fellow writers once, when a guy turned to me and said, “Don’t you hate that we’ll never be able to write anything good, like something raw and devastating, since we’ve never experienced anything … Continue reading We All Have a Story to Tell
When I taught literature at SEMO University as an adjunct, my student read one of my short stories. It was published in Journey, SEMO’s literary magazine, while I was a grad student. My first thought when he told me he … Continue reading Expectations
I’ve wanted to be an author since I was in eighth grade, and I’ve wanted to write romance since I was old enough to say the word sex without hiding behind my hand in a fit of giggles. Continue reading The Thing About Being Ashamed