Category: Community

How To Live Forever

Living’s heavy work. (Babbitt, Natalie. Tuck Everlasting. New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1975.) I learned yesterday of Author Natalie Babbitt’s death. Babbitt was 84. While she had written several books, Babbitt was most revered for her seminal work,Tuck Everlasting, which celebrated its 40th anniversary last year. Tuck Everlasting, though marketed to young readers, dealt with the subject of mortality, a topic many think it is best to reserve … Read More How To Live Forever

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How to Stay Sane Amid The Chaos

While scrolling through my Facebook news feed one day, a friend expressed feeling “some kind of way” after this most recent act of terror in San Bernardino. All I could do was send her wishes of love and light, pray for her, and vow to cover her with what I call a virtual woman canvas. I know that there are countless others who feel very much like her. … Read More How to Stay Sane Amid The Chaos

‘How’ Do You Know?

What were you born to do? Is there even such a thing as being born to do something? How can you know for certain? At what point along the journey do you receive confirmations about your gifts, purpose, or calling? How can we have clarity about the answers to these questions? These questions confound most of us at some point in our lives; yet, I’m convinced that no two answers are exactly the … Read More ‘How’ Do You Know?

My Full Circle Journey

  I’m delighted to share with fellow bloggers and followers that I am featured in the most recent issue of The Chestnut Hill Local ahead of my book signing and reading this Saturday at The Big Blue Marble Bookstore in the Mt. Airy section of Northwest Philadelphia.

Why We Must Write

What good is your pen, they ask dem just words on a page, you know markings on a sheet indication that maybe you have too much time on your hands maybe… I tell them there’s power in this here pen what I’m doing is making war on this here page and sometimes love too

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