Did you know that in the U.S., 16,787 people have said that they were abused as children by priests between 1950 and 2012? (Read more about this here.) That’s a shocking statistic. In light of this, author and poet, Jessica Bell, has written and published SHE (a short story in verse), and—until the end of 2014—has … More “SHE” Sheds Light on a Dark Secret
As you see from my scant recent musings, blogging hasn’t exactly been at the top of my “to-do’s” lately. I like to blog, though—really, I do. It affords the opportunity to share my opinions, talk about my interests, hone my craft—you know, write when I don’t really have much to say—but as you also know, … More Blog Train: This Ain’t The Hogwart’s Express
Another Saturday afternoon taking care of household business—this time, four new tires and a front-end alignment. I can’t effectively write on my work-in-progress here, but I can tell you what it’s like to pull a story out of my…head. Luckily, Tire Kingdom has wi-fi, so consider this a lazy-day brain-doodle. Simply hit play and read … More Cracking the WIP!
Boy, it’s been a busy season for me, so much so, I had to drop my plans to participate in the A to Z Challenge and put my blogging on hold during April—and it’s not looking too good for May, either. I did, however, manage to squeeze out a satirical “Z” post on the 30th … More Meet Author R. Mac Wheeler
olpidem Tartrate (Ambien). April’s over, all you A to Z Challenge participants. Good job! Now, go get some sleep. Peace and sweet dreams, ML Swift is a writer of Middle Grade, Young Adult, and Adult fiction, although he dabbles in many genres. An Alzheimer’s caregiver for the past ten years, … More Z is for…