Benghazi — The Issue Behind Clinton’s Missing Emails

Bayard & Holmes ~ Piper Bayard & Jay Holmes Benghazi. The watershed event that former Secretary of State and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton can’t make go away, no matter how many emails she deletes. Much has been bantered about…
There Are No Maps in the Land of the Mind-Body

By KM Huber For the last two-and-a-half months, I have been on a healthcare expedition, an exploration of the continent that is my mind-body. There is no map for this type of expedition, not that I am one for maps.…
How to Know if You Live in a Wasteland

The Wasteland archetype is a place of despair, isolation, and loneliness. Nothing grows there. Especially not you. If you’re in the Wasteland, your own talents and abilities go to waste. In Star Wars, A New Hope, Luke Skywalker is raised…
Stitches in Time: A Tapestry of Life

By KM Huber Every moment we are alive is a stitch in the tapestry of our life. Each stitch is an integral part of the series of scenes that make up the fabric of a lifetime. For as long as…
Hubby’s Jewels Threatened by Doctor With Tuna…

by Jenny Hansen I swear to God, that’s the headline at our house this month. (And yes, I’ll explain.) The last time we talked this much about the Hubby’s junk was October of 2011 when the Thunderwear discussion erupted. For…
Culture Clash

  CULTURE CLASH What Happens when Author Leslie Gould Creates Military and Amish Families as Neighbors? What would happen if a military family moved next door to an Amish family? That’s the premise of Leslie Gould’s latest novel, Amish Promises, the first book in…
Myth & Movie: The Antisocial Artemis of The Walking Dead

Michonne on The Walking Dead represents an aspect of Artemis that has no interest in connecting with others…until she does. Image courtesy of the-walkingdead.com and AMC. Used with the intention of fair use. I guess I need to note that…
Penny Thoughts: Authority and Wisdom

  Authority and Wisdom   Authority without wisdom is like a heavy axe without an edge, fitter to bruise than to polish.”                                    …
Mastering the Craft of Writing

  Mastering the Craft of Writing by Vicki Hinze   By nature, writers are interested in many things. They’re observant, reasoning, seek motivations for actions and weigh reactions. Typically, they seek experiences because everything is story fodder. The deeper their…