The Kindle version of Recollections of a Tundra Dancer is available for pre-order and launches at 12:01 AM on 10/27/2017. The printed version will launch in early November. Book trailer available soon. Recollections of a Tundra Dancer is about MJ Graham's life in Alaska featuring glaciers, moose, reindeer, fifty-five below weather, earthquakes, volcanoes, native culture, … Continue reading Recollections of a Tundra Dancer for Kindle is available on Amazon
The Kindle version of Tundra Dancer will be released on 10/27/2017 and is presently on pre-order on Amazon.com The print copy is expected by the end of October.
A new online 'zine. I found the call for microfiction a lot of fun and sent in some offerings. Of course, they were overwhelmed. Mine didn't get selected. Here are my favorites. This flash fiction was required to use specific words, be a complete story, and be between 46 and 54 words. Deliver/Pajamas/Basement Stand and … Continue reading Zathom
I used to have a dog blog when I had foster dogs. Unfortunately, a change in the condo rules means no new fosters. Since we live in East Texas there is a crying need for dog foster homes right now (post-Harvey and the horrible destruction in and around Houston) and it makes me sad we … Continue reading McKinley Writes
Huh? Whuzzat? Ennea-what? The enneagram is a model of human consciousness understood as a classification of nine interconnected personality types. I first learned about the Enneagram from an educational psychologist (Herb Pearce—the Enneagram Man—and author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to the Power of the Enneagram) who used this knowledge in his work. In fact, … Continue reading Making the Enneagram Work for You as a Writer
I've written a bit for The Next Chapter, a feature of the East Texas Writers Guild. This is a screen capture of the February 2017 issue. This is a very active writers group and I highly recommend it. Scarlett has since gone on her a rural abode, far more her style. And with changes … Continue reading The Next Chapter
What do you mean by that? Disabled people? Most communities of individuals labeled "disabled" would rather be considered differently able. When my daughter was in a wheelchair the para/quad community informed me it was not an electric chair. Ted Bundy got the electric chair. My kid (and they) had power chairs. What about those deaf and dumb people? … Continue reading Writing Differently Able Characters