She phoned her mother every week. Even though it wasn't always a pleasant conversation.
"Doesn't he ever go to work."
"No, he stays home. He's--."
"What? All day? Doesn't he have any pride?"
September on this blog
September 2: I wrote an essay to celebrate Labour Day
September 9: I wrote a short story--Magdalene College's bell tower--to celebrate those returning to school
September 16: Book review:
The Shoe on the Roof by Will Ferguson
Thomas is flunking out of university, but don't worry he has a plan--or at least an experiment.
September 23: In Icelandic (short story) was inspired by something my grandma witnessed on a bus.
September 30: Do you like illustrated books? I love them too. In this article, I'll recommend 3 of my favourites.
Sharing my author journey...
Fun and games are over. It's time to stand up and be accountable.
Exactly what did I accomplish this spring and summer--historically the most industrial half of the year, for me.