Cats have napping down to a fine art. Therefore who better than the writer’s cat Feegle to explain to us all why we really should be napping right now?
We all have a failure or two that makes us feel deficient. How about if we looked at them in a new light? What if we prevailed rather than failed?
Does a writer or creative need a muse? What is it about muses and why can’t I see my invisible friend? Time to be a-muse-d about muses. Groan.
You love reading and you want everyone else to love it too? Should we be convincing readophobes to read or leave them in their non-reading bliss?
Loss is universal yet we often hide its effects from others. We all live with loss and are altered by it. Loss steals but can we gain anything back?
We venture into the murky, mysterious world of the blogger and the secrets behind those that keep the Blogosphere moving. Be warned; we are an odd bunch.
Many writers have a cat. Why? Feegle the writer’s cat reveals why cats are often a writer’s best friend. Wise kitty is writing.
Trying to write in the eye of life’s storms can be difficult or impossible. I’ve been there. I’m working my way out of it; writing one word at a time.