That's what fiction is for. It's for getting at the truth when the truth isn't sufficient for the truth. Tim O'Brien
The #coronavirus has already disrupted our lives. In a good way. We moved forward our wedding. So, once more I am a married women, but the whole thing got me to thinking how unfairly our governments treat other forms of committed relationships.
It is not just young, buff, beautiful, billionaires that makes the romance genre unrealistic. Where is the snot and pee?
The first month of 2020 is gone. So, how did this monumental year start off at our @HomeCrazzyHome?
This week I reclaimed my personal space. It feels good to have a place all my own. But as a writer, does it really mattter?
Almost 100 years ago, feminist and writer Virginia Woolf said "…a woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction..." Was she right?
7 years, 18 days. Over 250,000 words. And too many comments begging me to finish it. But it is finally done. Ægir's is finished. Or is it?
I have been watching a course this week on the French Revolution and its Enlightenment ideas. It has sparked some of my own.
In a world where everything tends towards higher and higher levels of chaos, how do you maintain balance as a writer and feminist-homemaker?
She was the Queen of historical romance, deride by feminists, and the author of over thirty books. She left her mark on me for certain.