I have to tell you about one more thing before I go back into the writing lab. I am honored to be co-authoring a book with fantastic writer, Andrea Ryan. The title of the book is Exiting Gracefully. (I love that title). We came together a month or so ago for lunch, got to talking,… Continue reading Exiting Gracefully…
Flash Fiction! I did it and found out in the process that I like it! You will definitely be seeing more of this from me...
As you may have heard me say before, poetry is my first love. Well this story started out as a poetic short story and became something else. I won't tell you too much more than that... Have to leave a little something to the imagination!
I wanted to tell you the inspiration for 16 Doors which is a poetic short story. When I first entered the field of social services, I met a young lady who I thought to be very interesting. She was interesting and so was her story. She was the first true, clinically diagnosed multiple personality I… Continue reading 16 Doors
I have to admit that sometimes I get so busy writing that I forget about blogging about the writing... lol. However, I am going to bring everyone up to speed as far as what is going on over here in the land of DDSG. My birthday is coming up in just a few days, and… Continue reading A little update…
Okay, so it has been a minute since I have posted in my blog but that is not because I am not writing. I am writing like crazy! So, let me give you an update on this new project. Once again, much of what I write is inspired by true life events and this is… Continue reading Interstate 64
Fellow writer, Jamila Gomez (http://www.jamilagomez.com) has honored me with the Lucky 7 Award! I am so honored by this acknowledgement but with it comes responsibility to honor others in the literary community. This award allows the recipient to showcase a little of their work, whether published or not, from a novel, poem, or other literary… Continue reading Lucky 7 Award!
No rest is right. I couldn’t doddle any longer. I knew Mr. Breedlove would be waiting and wouldn’t like it if I made him wait too long. I walked the few doors down to my office, grabbed my briefcase and my purse. I went to the front desk to sign myself out and headed to… Continue reading From the Outside In (Excerpt Chapter 2)
Chapter 1 It’s very quiet where I am now. I can no longer hear the thud of wet dirt, and the lingering trickle of the last pebbly remainders left on the grave diggers’ spade. At first, the noise was loud, and if I could feel, I would have been very scared. But as the… Continue reading From the Outside In (Excerpt)
From the Outside In by Deidra D. S. Green “Will you come see me Ms. Denise?” Bridgette was 5. She wanted me to come and visit her in the hospital but I couldn’t. I had to go to court for my job and knew there would be no chance I could make it to the… Continue reading From the Outside In