I recently read The Atlas of Reds and Blues by Devi S. Laskar, a contemporary novel set over the course of a morning. It is an example of the dual narrative, a form of narrative that tells a story in two different perspectives, usually two different people, or as in this case, the story of one person in two … More Using The Dual Narrative to Confront a Present Day Dilemma
Recently I took part in a group coaching session on ‘confidence building’ topics. The topic for the afternoon was ‘Goal Setting’. A little part of me bristled at the topic as I’m no longer a goal setter, but something was compelling me to participate and I decided to not worry about the semantics of the … More Finding Writing Inspiration and Motivation
‘We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are.’ Anaïs Nin I’ve been through an interesting, at times fascinating experience in my search to discover who the woman and man who conceived me were. My family adopted me at birth, the eldest of four children, all of us closed adoptions, handed … More How Did You Start Your Writing Journey?