My Inktober Story

A couple of months ago, I purchased a couple of sketchbooks, a set of pencils, pens, and brushes – all I needed to create art. For some reason, the pens and brushes have sat on my desk for months, like many wonderful unfinished ideas, begging to be completed. But it’s time to go, so I’m…

Read More

Blossom!

Blossom! That was the word on my mind the morning I made the first sketch. This time, I didn’t let it slide, like the rest of the unfinished works that tugged at my sleeves at downtime. Like plants that grow by taking in sunlight, water, and other minerals in the right proportion, I can only…

Read More

Baring the Writer’s Soul

“Every secret of a writer’s soul, every experience of his life, every quality of his mind is written large in his works.” VirginaWoolf If you close your soul to your readers – if you leave out your personal stories from your compositions, your excellent literary prowess and mastery of the craft will at best produce…

Read More