Time For Play

  My husband sits on the floor playing the stupid game I bought for his 30th birthday. I smack him over the head. He doesn’t move. I’m leaving,” I say. “Yeah.” “How do I look?” I bite my lip. My hair is curled and the bags under my eyes concealed. For once I feel sexy. “Good.” His eyes stay focused on the screen. Of course. I don’t have time for this. “Dinner’s in the oven. Leave the Xbox alone and[Read more]

Moms Who Write: Parul Agrawal

  Have you ever wanted to pick the brain of a bestselling author? I was given the honor of interviewing Parul Agrawal, author of the bestselling book on Amazon Juicing for Healthier Families. Parul is a kind, encouraging and generous woman, and I am excited for you learn from her experiences! 1. Please tell us about your family. I am originally from India and grew up in a joint family with grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins all living under the[Read more]

Learning to Love Rejection

Rejection. It is a big, ugly word. No one likes to hear it. As a teen you learn to fear it from the opposite sex. As a writer you must not only learn to accept it, but love it. Rejection Happens Before our flood, I wrote a fifty word story to a great site where I have submitted pieces before. Stories for the site must be no more and no less than fifty words. Exactly. It’s a fun challenge. I really[Read more]