Jigsaw Puzzles-part 3 April 13, 2020 It’s been a while since I last posted a note about my obsession with solving jigsaw puzzles. I’m not so sure it’s an obsession. Obsessions are compulsions, mania, and preoccupations. I’m not thinking of any of these things. It also means desire, fascination, enthusiasm, and passion. Those, I definitely… Continue reading Jigsaw Puzzles-part 3
How do I think of these things in such detail? Yesterday, I received this intriguing comment from one of my readers. My life partner girlfriend also wants to know the answer to this question. She cringes at many of my stories. As many times as I try to satisfy her with a reply, sooner or… Continue reading How do I think of these things in such detail?
Thank you I would like to take a moment to thank all of you that purchased and read my books. You are the greatest, and I appreciate your support. My writing has transformed from something I dabbled in, to a passion that I cannot live without. I am writing new stories even now, and I… Continue reading Thank you
Word of the Day: wistful Wistful (adjective) WIST-ful Definition 1 : full of yearning or desire tinged with melancholy; also : inspiring such yearning 2 : musingly sad : pensive Examples As the car pulled away, Lea cast one last wistful glance at the house where she’d spent so many happy years. “The book left… Continue reading Word of the Day: wistful
Word of the Day: myriad myriad (noun) MEER-ee-ud Definition 1 : ten thousand 2 : a great number Examples “After sold-out shows in New York and Los Angeles, Rise will make its debut in Boston with a myriad of hand-carved jack o’ lanterns that will light up a trail that people can walk on as music… Continue reading Word of the Day: myriad