As an athlete, I’ve learned that if you want to be better at something, you practice. Creating fiction is different.
Where’s that line?
I’ve never been able to forget a theory about time that my (older) sister had.
Hurry—only three shopping days left to find those final presents for family, friends, and the postman!
I used to object to lights and trees that went up before December 10. Then I decided it was okay after December 1. Now if people wait until after Thanksgiving (even if it’s the morning after) I can handle it. Every year there is some
Thanks to journalist Kristina Dorsey (who has never met me), now I have the link between Olympic sailing and writing fiction: Self-motivation.
These two neighbor cats both inspire and distract.
At the small boat end of the sailing spectrum, not much thought is put into the “team;” most of us just call up a few friends and push off the dock.
This post also appears on the boats.com site as a guest blog.
Last Friday my two worlds-sailing and books-met here in San Diego.