June 2, 2017 § 4 Comments
The last couple years I lived on Whidbey Island a feral cat found my backyard a nice hunting ground. He (or she) sometimes sat for hours staring in my direction, oddly, I noticed, on days when I’d neglected my writing. Ever since I’ve considered any cat that crosses my path – especially a black one – my muse.
Saturday, JUNE 3, 10:30 am – 4:30 pm we’re writing again. Join me and my good FRIEND.
May 24, 2017 § 2 Comments
Join me for another Virtual WriteAway over the shores of Puget Sound. 10:30 am – 4:30 pm Pacific Time.
Click HERE to read about how these began and for a prompt or two, if you like. Write whatever you please. Bring your pen or keyboard to the view, even if you can only fly by for fifteen minutes or an hour during the six – I’ll be here, cheering you on. I believe everything we bring to and express in our writing has grace, beauty, and power, and that everything to do with writing – especially our desire to – rises, shimmering EVANESCENT.
May 7, 2017 § 4 Comments
Join me virtually! Monday MAY 8, Thursday MAY 11, Saturday MAY 27.
10:00 am – 3:00 pm Pacific Daylight Time. I’ll be here on Bainbridge Island, WA writing away on several things. I’ve pulled out a few more projects that have been stowed in boxes and bins long enough. Seeing them with new eyes there’s a surge of creative energy building. I’m feeling optimistic about sticking with them to the end of first rough drafts on each of three, and a sixth draft of the fourth. I’m not jinxing them with big goals or deadlines. Going with the flow. Easy and fun. My only rule is a little bit each day. Even picking up a page and reading it counts as a little bit. Heck – showing up at all counts!
As always, I’ll have my trusty timer handy and a few other friends:
Are you in? Let me know in the comments if you’d like a cheer from me. Always happy to support the process. Whoo-hoo! Go – go – GO! xo Pierr
April 21, 2017 § 9 Comments
A rare sighting…Mount Rainier!! With Gulls! and the Bainbridge Island ferry. That’s West Seattle in the distance. I walked today without my camera and had just turned around to head home and saw the mountain was out. I zipped back, got my camera, and returned for a zillion photos, feeling very lucky to get this special shot.How glorious this good EARTH of ours. Have a wonderful Earth Day weekend. xo Pierr