OCTOBER Fists clenched, I watched the medical examiner’s van wallow along the rutted gravel driveway. With a flicker of brake lights, it turned onto the patchwork asphalt road that circled Hemlock Lake as Sheriff Clement North laid a weathered hand on my shoulder. I flinched and drove my fingernails into my palms. … WHAT IS […]
Forget what they say about “write what you know.” Write what excites your imagination, and the knowledge you need can be acquired. And if a story grabs hold of you and won’t let go . . . tell it! Pay no attention to the inner voices that say “this is no good” or “no one else will be interested in it.” Believe in yourself, even when it feels like no one else does.