It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these, so let’s open up the vaults! Today’s piece of my tragic writing past is from November 20, 1990, so I would’ve been ten or so. I will warn you, this was when I was neck deep in my self-insertion fantasy phase (though some could argue … More The Lost Manuscripts: The Magic Leaf
So my early childhood writer self did not, in fact, remain limited to fantasy stories. Nope, I also decided that it was my destiny to be a self-help/instructional writer as well. So today we are visiting my short essay on a project you can do with everyone in your life. In fact, I highly suggest … More The Lost Manuscripts: Here’s an idea for Mother’s Day!
In interviews and guest posts around the web I’ve mentioned that I’ve been writing since I was a kidlet. Whether it was little writing assignments for school, making ‘books’ about family vacations or holidays, or plunking away on the little sky blue toy typewriter my parents got me when I was five, I’ve been making … More SJ: the lost manuscripts – A Story of the Middle Ages