Step one: Have a baby. Step two: . . . . . . . . what?
For a writer, I’m a pretty left brained person. I memorize train schedules for cities I plan to visit. I find great personal satisfaction in organizing cluttered shelves and drawers. The most used app on my iPhone is a to do list. I work in accounting, which pretty much says it all. In general, when . . .
L.K. Mitchell, author of Keeper of Directions, recently asked me to do a guest post on her blog, Pocketful of Charms, and tell her YA readers a little about Komodo dragons. Here is the post if you’d like to check it out.
Here’s an interesting take on it from The New Yorker. Then again, I can also see some ambitious MFA student reading this as a recipe for immortality.
After hearing the verdict in the Amy Senser trial this afternoon, my first reaction was relief for the family of Anousone Phanthavong. I couldn’t see how it was possible for someone of sound mind to mistake a human being for a traffic cone, but I guess I’ve never met the defendant. My second reaction, after hearing . . .