Autumnal Leaves on the wet grass. Photos by Lynda McKinney Lambert Autumnal Musings: In Which I Find a Favorite Word I suspect that most of us literary people find we have some words that come to mind immediately when … Continue reading →
I tell my stories in a non-linear manner. That means I won’t be speaking in a chronological direction from a beginning to a middle, and finally, to an end.
That is personally not how I think when I consider the element of time and events.
My perception is more complex.Continue reading →
Coal is a shiny black rock. I actually know it is magic because a piece of coal burns. A rock that burns! Bituminous coal is also called “soft coal” and it starts to burn much quicker than the other kind of coal. The other kind of coal is Anthracite, and that is usually called “the hard coal.”Continue reading →