What I learned this week is that you cannot dismiss someone else’s pain and think it’s going to be alright. It happened in several ways but the most public was watching the great Rita Moreno sit with Stephen Colbert on The Tonight Show being interviewed about the movie musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda “In The Heights” … Continue reading The Best That Art Can Do
These past months have been such an interesting time. For me, personally, it’s been challenging, invigorating, depressing, surprising and… well, you get the point. It’s been ups and downs and everything in between! The one thing I’ve been grateful for during this time is my ability to keep trying to connect. With myself, with friends, … Continue reading Free Gifts Given To Me – Sharing With You
Here's another excerpt from this mornings journal writing - the ending part anyways. Monday, August 17th, 2020 I'd be curious why others take up the challenge of writing...what made you start writing? Hmmm. Carmen *This blog post is part of the #AuthorsToolboxBlogHop. If you'd like more information please check out the link.
My first book was not intentional. After receiving a large bonus check from the company I worked for at the time, that basically amounted to more money than my mother had probably made her entire life, I realized I hadn’t gotten here on my own. I wanted to reach out to everyone who had helped … Continue reading Authenticity, A Sign #AuthorToolboxBlogHop #Writer
What’s the Hardest Part of Writing? I guess most people would talk about “writer’s block” but I’ve already spoken about that phenomenon and it’s not the hard part of writing at all. To me, that’s just part of the process of writing. For me, the hardest part of writing has nothing to do with writing. … Continue reading The Hardest Part #AuthorToolBoxBlogHop #Writing