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Twin Peaks
Twin Peaks – Poem

Photo Courtesy of Cheryl Twin Peaks Twin peaks meet at their cleavage– the swells of Mother Mountain’s breasts as she lies in cold, silent repose. Ridges continue along naked horizon, her knees drawn up, feet planted firm. Her lover lies on his  side toward her– large mound of man-hip rising, sloping, poised. Awaiting the day they two will join again as…

Alabaster Shell
The Alabaster Shell – Poem

Photo Courtesy of Monique Kittan The Alabaster Shell Milky white alabaster skin, unnatural rouge-rosy color high on my cheekbones, I never wore rouge. Lips like wet cherry, shiny, silken hair, delicately smooth, pale peachy hands, sleek, shapely, mauve-painted nails, I never wore nail polish (though I always loved mauve.) I had bulgy, blue-green veins that moved when my grandson fingered…

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Writer’s Webinar

Okay, I have to confess. I just signed up for my very first webinar. I know I am way behind in the times, but only recently have found myself with enough time on my hands to try this. I signed up for Writer’s Digest’s “Do Your E-Book Right (and Start Making Money) by Jane Friedman. It is a 90 minute…

Stephen King - On Writing
Stephen King on Writing

As every aspiring writer does, I have a few books in my repertoire on the art of writing that I would recommend. One I recently discovered was Stephen King’s, On Writing, subtitled A Memoir of the Craft. I discovered  it online and didn’t realize it had been out since 2000. As the title suggests it is something of a memoir of his own life…

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