Tag Archive: Ohio

I’m an addict to the next shinny idea

I have to confess, over that last year I have not been working on the “great YA novel” like I had hoped. I have been so busy writing non-fiction books under my pen… Continue reading

The (Darn) Demanding Muse

As a storyteller-writer, I have developed a routine.  I need to have coffee or tea. I need to have a footstool. I need my favorite rocking office chair (that I believe is infused… Continue reading

Storyteller VS Writer

By all accounts, I shouldn’t be a writer. I have been told my whole life that I couldn’t write because I didn’t know how to write. I couldn’t spell or grasp the difference between… Continue reading

Where to Begin?

First, let me tell you the purpose of my blog, it’s to document the process of writing my first YA novel. My book’s working title is The Seeker. The blog will be all about… Continue reading

The Best Laid Plans

Arthur Hofmann had one great love. It was for his dog, Pamper, a Bedlington Terrier.  But due to a divorce, he lost custody of the dog, all but for a few weeks a… Continue reading

Hello…just call me Callaghan

I’m a writer, or better to say; a storyteller. Who is working on being a published ‘wannabe.’  I have been writing for a large part of my life, but mostly writing training programs… Continue reading