Sniffing Out Fibonacci

Yes, everyone’s waking up from their winter slumbers. Including Fibonacci, our most recent skunkly visitor. Our association with Skunk started with Ferdinand and Larry. Recently our neighborhood has experienced a plethora of skunk. They let us know they’re about. Unfortunately, it’s often after the fact. Many of us have learned to be wary, to open … Continue reading “Sniffing Out Fibonacci”

Cautious Dining

A new guest arrived at Chez Carrabis a while back, an at-the-time unnamed skunk. We’ve had skunk before. And truth be told, they are a fun lot. Some say skunk are quick-tempered. Not so those who dine with us. Although we, like Raccoon, start cautiously. No need to be foolhardy. Mostly our visiting skunk stay … Continue reading “Cautious Dining”

Tom Wolosz’s “A Small Misunderstanding” now in Rabbit Hole V anthology

I’m lucky enough to have my work included in The Rabbit Hole Volume 5: Just…Plain…Weird anthology along with quite a group of talented authors. I especially love the teaser Welcome to the Rabbit Hole. On our fifth excursion into the warren of the odd, 37 authors lead us down their own little burrows of strangeness … Continue reading “Tom Wolosz’s “A Small Misunderstanding” now in Rabbit Hole V anthology”

The Book of The Wounded Healers
(a study in perception)

Chapter 2 – First Meeting

You can read the backstory on The Book of the Wounded Healers in The Book of The Wounded Healers/(a study in perception)/Frame and Chapter 1 – The First Communication, and it may help understanding the story’s universe a bit. This chapter is…different. I’m not going to tell you any more, and I encourage you to … Continue readingThe Book of The Wounded Healers
(a study in perception)

Chapter 2 – First Meeting”

Attribution via Action

People who’ve worked with me in critique groups or in my trainings know about attribution via action because I use it often in my own work and I use it often when editing/critiquing someone’s work as it tightens scenes considerably. Almost a year ago I wrote The desire to have characters do something while talking … Continue reading “Attribution via Action”