Less is More

Writing Tip: Less is More Less is more, so omit those needless words. Most of the time you can omit the words that, just, and sometimes, had.How many had survived the shooting? omit had I just thought I should say something. omit justShe said that she would rather die. omit that Continue reading here: https://kacirigney.com/writing-tips/

Story Doodle

I added here and there to my drawing and was surprised to see a story structure emerge. Do you remember doodling as a child? Sometimes I would try to draw people and animals, but I used to doodle all the time, drawing swirling images and coloring them. This morning, I drew a doodle, though this … Continue reading Story Doodle

The Door

They're crouching outside the door, calling to you, "Let us in." You love them and hate them at the same time. You want to; the desire is there. The fun, the excitement, the thrill calls you. But, you know the guilt, the anguish, the self-loathing that will be a result. It would be best if … Continue reading The Door

Autumn

The still sweltering days and the sultry summer nights diminished as campfires and s'mores are exchanged for sweaters and homemade soup. Leaves of all shapes and sizes dance off trees to the rhythm of the blowing breeze--red, gold, and brown: a change, Autumn, my favorite time of year. A daddy is raking these colorful leaves … Continue reading Autumn