When A Superhero is born. Once upon a time, there a lady named Anne. Anne did not grown up dreaming of superheros like all of her brothers. Instead she was dreaming of a big wedding, in a big church. Her dreams of that special day were always vivid and detailed. She felt like a princess … More Three Little Superheroes Grow Up; A Story For My Sons
Since I began writing, rarely do I struggle with not being able to think of a topic for my article. For me, it usually is the exact opposite. I struggle with deciding on which of the many topics I have jotted down to do next. I now go through my days finding articles popping in … More Make A Wish And Believe; A Short Story
“I took a little walk on Saturday afternoon and felt a glimmer of hope. Saturday, January 21, 2017, a Winter Day that make us living in the Pacific Northwest want to get outside. The sun was shining and the temperature was perfect. The buildings in the City of Seattle were glistening. Image by Teresa Branam … More Seattle’s Women’s March Shows Hope!
“For me, making a commitment is one thing. Doing so and publishing it, is another! Before I begin, let me explain. This piece is the first for me in a Writers’ Challenge we began recently here at the magazine. It is a One Word Prompt Challenge posted on Friday, January 13th. One Word Prompt: Capable. … More Why I Am Not Capable Of Becoming A Cliff Diver
“If you are a new to Blogging, the thought of a “Writer’s Challenge” can be intimidating. When just venturing into the Blogging World, there are so many things to learn and consider. Accepting or choosing Image by Pexels.com to participate in Writer’s Challenge, might not be something you consider at first. I, myself, haven’t been … More How To Make A Writer’s Challenge Work For You