Language Obsession

Photo Credit: Blackboard message “Words have power”, uploaded 3 months ago: geralt/Pixabay/CC0 1.0 “Triteness is far more dangerous than richness [in language], for it is the use of a dead word.” (Nin, Ch. 3, location 1758; emphasis original) To some degree, all writers are obsessed with words. It’s one reason we become writers. They way … Continue reading Language Obsession

The Dream Tapestry

    Photo Credit: A Dream Of A Girl Before A Sunrise, Karl Briullov, 1830-1833, watercolor, from Pushkin Museum: Mattes/Wikimedia Commons/PD Art (PD Old 100) Photo Credit: The Nightmare, Johann Heinrich Fussli, 1781, oil on canvas, from Detroit Institute Of Art: Hohum/Wikimedia Commons/CC BY SA 2.0 “[D]reams – those flimsy, evasive, unreliable, vague, and uncertain fantasies.” … Continue reading The Dream Tapestry

Under A Glass Bell By Anais Nin

This week, I was a guest blog poster for writer D. L. Diener’s blog, Lit I Love. D. L. invited writers to blog about the book that most influenced them and I wrote about Anais Nin’s Under A Glass Bell. You can take a look at it here. Thank you to D.L. for the opportunity!