In the summer of 2009, I sat in this bistro in
with a woman I’d met online a few months before. You know how it
is, common interests, you start talking and then you realize you’d both planned
a trip to Paris . How about we meet for a coffee? Paris
Aside from these exciting prospects, I had planned to get inspired. Isn’t it just a writer’s dream (aside from getting your novel published, that is) to sit in a café in
I started writing Autumn Leaves in the fall of 2010, a love story about learning to question misconceptions and prejudice, and following your heart. When it was finished in early 2011, there wasn’t much time to do anything about it, because I was going to
My advice, should you care for it: go with what - whom - you love, and find your
If you come back to this blog, I promise more stories. Thoughts on writing, books, TV and movies, with a feminist spin and an eye on gay rights are likely to find their way in here. I'll keep you updated on Autumn Leaves, too.