To give you an update, my novel is finished and I’m letting it “breathe” awhile before taking up the process of querying agents for representation. In the mean time I am taking a drawing class and another fun, creative project. My husband and I have been cast in a local production of “Tartuffe,” the classic … Read the rest →
Aloha all, at last Friday is here again, and to get your weekend started, I came across this story from Voice of America. It’s about the Flipflop Recycling Company in Nairobi. They collect old flipflops, or as they are called here in Hawaii, slippahs, and turn them into art. Check out the video. Here’s a … Read the rest →
It’s been a wacky week, wrangling volunteers for a local writers conference, but this one came across one of my friends feeds and damn, if it did not have my laughing my head off. I wish you a rollicking weekend, filled with fun, and to get it started…. This is from the world famous “Carmina … Read the rest →
Hello hellacious cats and kittens, it’s the end of the working week for most, time to wind down and consider: What do Huge Laurie, the Worst Album Covers of All Time, and Julia Child, all have in common? Nothing really, but you can find them all here. Enjoy! (WARNING, the Worst Album Covers of All … Read the rest →
Hello my fine friends, there is mischief in the air. It seems some of my fellow blog mates have been up to no good. Alright, let the weirdness begin. I have been tagged by a couple of my fellow bloggers and have been asked to play along with the Lucky Seven Meme. So, as per … Read the rest →
Hi Peeps, Can you believe it is February already? On this Groundhogs day (work with me on this one) I’ve been thinking about some of my favorite Queens. Don’t ask why, it’s something for us princesses to strive for. As I am feverishly beating my new novel into shape, I thought I’d gift you all … Read the rest →
Social Alchemy is a place that celebrates the creative spirit. It is my belief that creativity is what will save us. The desire to express one's spirit through writing, painting, film making, theater or any other art form, takes courage. Engaging in the creative process is a form of alchemy, once you you go down that road, you are not the same person you were when you started. I may not agree with all of the beliefs expressed in the end result, I do believe in the process and in the urge to communicate with our fellow women and men.