It's not so much about doing well as it is about doing good. —M.M. Don't forget to check out my newest book, Tell Me When I'm Younger, out now on Amazon. Watercolor credit: T.C. Chiu of Pine Brook Studios in New Jersey. https://www.facebook.com/TcChiuArt/ For another poem, click here.
The Palouse Review has published two of my poems: "Prometheus" and "Pancakes for Dinner." You can read them online here. "Prometheus" is a poem I wrote several years ago. It has become more relevant to me with the passage of time. "Pancakes for Dinner" is just for fun. In case you missed it, my book of... Continue Reading →
My tall tale short story "Chicken Coup" is out today, published in The Palouse Review. Click here to read "Chicken Coup" online! "Chicken Coup" follows a brother and sister and their crazy adventure volunteering at a farm for their middle school science club. I hope you have as much fun reading the story as I did writing... Continue Reading →
If you look into the sky and not at it, you can see the stars strung out in space like so many Christmas ornaments bobbing and sputtering in a sea of infinite being, some high, some low, some far, some close— all of them hoping and praying you will notice them and believe them when... Continue Reading →
It was clear when the pumpkin started to melt, and the soft grass turned hard and silver, that the season was upon us. —M.M. Want more? My new book, Tell Me When I'm Younger is out on Amazon. Find more information here.
Tell Me When I'm Younger is out today! I'm excited to share this collection of clever kid's poems with you. The book features illustrations by Cameron Royce. Click here get it on Amazon. Black Friday Deal: Get a FREE copy of Tell Me When I'm Younger by sending an email with "Black Friday" in the subject line... Continue Reading →
As always, the following review is spoiler-free. Wonder is a heart-string tugging movie about a boy named Auggie who has a deformed face. The story follows Auggie and his family and classmates as they each face individual struggles. Without further ado, here are several observations about the movie and the story. Human Characters—If one of... Continue Reading →