Monthly Archives: November 2018
Here’s a link to the latest blog at my rockhounding site: https://southwestrockhounding.com/2018/11/19/points-north/ I know I am concentrating lately on all things rock related, rather than writing itself, but it’s all part of working on my book. I’ll try to come … Continue reading
New post at SouthwestRockhounding.com: https://southwestrockhounding.com/2018/11/16/feldspar-and-quartz-crystals/
It’s been three decades since my insomnia, bad dreams, and nightmares started. And my daytime anxiety years before that. Although I don’t long for death, I long for its peace. Unless I am cast into hell, my thoughts return to … Continue reading
A book writer may have thirty or forty books aiding his or her research and writing. I certainly do. Unless one has years before deadline, it is impossible for a writer to read each book cover to cover, for the … Continue reading
On indoor photography and light boxes: https://southwestrockhounding.com/2018/11/11/gearing-up-for-photos/ (external link)
Collage is for people like me who can’t draw and don’t have much money. Some construction paper, glue sticks, scissors, and old magazines. Although artists like like Matisse and Ella Richards (internal link) produced fine art with just scissors and paper. … Continue reading
Today’s entry to SouthwestRockhounding.com. Read all about phyllite and photography!