Author Archives: Penny Wilson Writes
After much thought, I’ve decided that my WIP needs a complete rewrite. This is a good thing! I’ve been languishing for months with this nagging feeling. I knew why, but I didn’t know how to fix it. Now I do!
I’m a day late with this, so Happy Belated Birthday Mickey Mouse! Mickey is now 89 years old! He was born November 18, 1928. I’ve always love the big-eared guy. 🙂
** I have been having a hell of a time writing anything worth posting lately! The last couple of weeks, I’ve wanted to participate in Sue’s #Write Photo challenge, but nothing comes. 😦 I forced myself to sit down at … Continue reading
What keeps us coming back? What makes us act a fool? We throw caution to the wind. This form of insanity. We risk everything to attain it. We lie, cheat and steal for it. Grasping it is ecstasy. Losing it … Continue reading
*On this Veteran’s Day, my humble offering of a small tribute to those that serve and those that have served. Thank you. This man is a mere mortal of flesh and blood. The light I see in his eyes is … Continue reading
Despair makes for an interesting muse. I write a wide variety of things. Poetry, short stories, fiction and non fiction. I find that my sad or darker stuff is usually better than something that is more light-hearted. I also find … Continue reading