books

Writing Tip: He Who Reads Writes Well

Are you someone who reads? If you aren’t reading, don’t expect your writing to improve. You know the cliche: garbage in, garbage out. Be one who reads. My students and clients often ask for the best thing can do to help the writing. It is simple: read. Read the best books you can. While we […]

Tree Fort Books: Silly Books for Humans

Curious about my writing? Check out Tree Fort Books for some of my sillier pieces. With five short tales in all up, each as silly as the next and all only $0.99 apiece, smile. Read them aloud. You’ll see links to each leading to Amazon; they’re only on Kindle. In the meanwhile, explore what I […]

The Trial by Franz Kafka

The Trial by Franz Kafka I’ve just started reading The Trial by Franz Kafka. As most people who graduated high school, I’ve read . About The Trial, Wikipedia says: On his thirtieth birthday, the chief cashier of a bank, Josef K., is unexpectedly arrested by two unidentified agents from an unspecified agency for an unspecified […]

What I’m Reading: Flies and Cuckoos

What are you reading? I read a lot. Sometimes, it goes with the job.  Gotta keep sharp. Sometimes, what I read is a product of curiosity. Since my job is a mix of teaching various levels of students, fiction sand poetry writing, and writing speeches, this covers a lot of territory. Some American classic one […]

What I’m Reading: Flies and Cuckoos

What are you reading? I read a lot. Sometimes, it goes with the job.  Gotta keep sharp. Sometimes, what I read is a product of curiosity. Since my job is a mix of teaching various levels of students, fiction sand poetry writing, and writing speeches, this covers a lot of territory. Some American classic one […]