An incredible news dump consistently comes at us via TV broadcasts, the Internet, radio, social media, and in overheard conversations in restaurants or on the bus or train. Every now and then why not focus on news relating to things we enjoy. Like writing, music, reading, technology and more. Here are a few articles for […]
I don’t know about you, but several libraries played a role in my love of reading and, yes, writing. During National Library Week, I want to pay homage to Andrew Carnegie, a wealthy industrialist who believed in sharing his wealth by helping others. Among those institutions founded through his contributions are the buildings housing many of our country’s libraries.
National news this week has brought more tragedy and violence. With so much news of these events, life takes on an unhealthy emotional environment in our homes and communities. What to do? Find something positive to do in your community. Support an effort in your community to help the hungry and homeless. Volunteer at a […]
Currently, it seems the news is filled either with the turmoil of terrorist attacks or the cutting and sharp words of politics. Don’t lose heart! There is good news to be found. It just takes a little digging, and I’ve kept my shovel sharp. Here are some of the articles or news items I found […]
As this past weekend reflects, we are a country of independence. Freedoms abound that others only long for. Among those freedoms are our choices to read and write based on our own thinking. With that in mind, I offer you some of what I’ve come across the last week of June in writing and publishing news. […]
Welcome to my weekly curation post on the best writing and book links I discovered during the past week. My hope is to save us both time. How you might ask? First of all, I list the links to my favorite items in this post. A place I can always go back and find them. […]