I’ve worked at a slow toil for more than a decade, with two blogs (both have been retired), a bucket of poetry, five incomplete books, some personal essays, and some on-and-off journaling. My first work of poetry was published in 2017 in a literary anthology, written under a pseudonym. It was called “Morning Trash” and was only the third time I’d ever tried to submit my work (clearly I need to try harder). Beginning in 2019, I started focusing on completing my work and getting it out into the world.
My first book launched on August 1, 2019. It is a collection of short essays about the human experience called Halfway There: Lessons at Midlife. Click here to learn more about the book and watch a short video (of me!). Or, click here to read an excerpt. Preorders are only available through August 30, and quantities are limited!
You can also visit my blog for random thoughts, or read a few samples of poetry.