There are hundreds of ways to write a memoir

My friend Charlene Jones asked me to share some thoughts on memoir as part of the Brain to Books Cyber Convention and Book Expo 2017 (B2Bcycon), coming up April 7 through 9. This essay is the result. Where would we be without the encouragement of friends?   There...

In her pocket

I’m going to experiment with posting 100-word stories for a while. If you’d like to post your own 100-word story that riffs on this one, please do so in a comment. Other types of comments are always welcome, too. In Her Pocket By Laura McHale Holland On...

Sometimes

Sometimes A reflection by Laura with a way cool poem by Moira Kathleen Sometimes I feel like a bloated computer file stuffed with too many variations of the same old story. Other times I’m like a youngster again watching Jiminy Cricket sing When You Wish Upon a...

Fly alone

I had another post in mind until I happened upon this in one of my folders today. It’s a short fantasy I wrote to explore my feelings about dating in high school. When I wrote it I was thinking about whether to tackle a sequel to my childhood memoir, Reversible...

Looking through the blinds

looking through the blinds by Laura McHale Holland lower branches shorn the redwood stands beside brick, steel, glass high above the building the tree is whole made to last it will outlive our desks, computers smartphones, copiers, deadlines we are but blips looking...

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