Cancer Slayer: Post Script

Yesterday I had surgery to remove the medi-port that was installed a year ago ahead of chemo. Since then I've had six rounds of chemo, multiple echocardiograms, 11 infusions of Herceptin, a lumpectomy and lymphnode takey-outy, 30 sessions of radiation, a bone density test, I don't remember how many MRIs and blood tests and zillions... Continue Reading →

Fear and the Novel — End Game Slowdown

The last time I got to the end of my first draft of a novel, I cried. And moped for days. I'm hoping to avoid that this time around, but still haven't figured out how. I'm approaching the end of the new book, and I find myself trying to delay the inevitable. Writing scenes I... Continue Reading →

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