A monthly writing update where I share a visual way that has helped me organize my memoir and give a word count update.
Sometimes my injured brain acts totally different than before my Traumatic Brain Injury and other times I feel like those default settings appear. Here’s an essay about such a phenomenon.
I answer the question: Where would I go if I could travel to indulge some pop culture whims and fascinations?
An essay where I talk about how my severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) has left me with severely diminished hearing and distorted hearing that makes it seem like I have a horror movie INSIDE my head. Creepy!
What’s a better way to celebrate Halloween than writing short stories where the topics and genres are chosen via a Social Media Experiment!
Oops! I got in a little over my head (or a tad ambitious) and have to delay my planned post until tomorrow. It will be a Halloween short story treat!
Everyone can #writeyourstory but it's especially needed if your voice is often marginalized and your story unheard (like many women and girls in the world). Today is International Day of the Girl Child.
This is the actual blog post I intended to post earlier. In addition to discussing my memoir I discuss the difference between a memoir and an autobiography.