I want to thank the people who have been loyal to keep up with my blog. To you I say a humongous I am taking the summer off from blogging to work on my novel and my flash fiction collection–the latter of which I hope to publish in either May 2016. I will return with […]Read more "SUMMER BREAK"
In honor of National Short Story Month, I am re-posting my short story Deep Breath. Enjoy. DEEP BREATH A SHORT STORY **MATURE LANGUAGE WARNING** “Cal Henley to Home Base. Do you read?” “Yeah, Henley. What’s up?” replied John Deavers’ disembodied voice through the comms unit. “Boss, I’m done with my excavating. I’m heading over […]Read more "NATIONAL SHORT STORY MONTH–DEEP BREATH"
May is National Short Story Month. As such, I am re-posting three of my stories for you to enjoy. First up, I give you, A Reliable Death, a story about ol’ reliable Jim and his night at a diner. A RELIABLE DEATH Jim Brody sat in his fourteen-year old reliable Honda Accord contemplating the futility […]Read more "NATIONAL SHORT STORY MONTH"
Two years ago, I had the pleasure of reading a really great YA novel titled, “An Alien Collective”, by Roxanne Barbour. Ever since then, I’ve been on the lookout for new material from this amazing author. On March 18th her newest novel, “Revolutions: A BRITE Alliance Mystery” was released by Whiskey Creek Press. And I […]Read more "GUEST POST–ROXANNE BARBOUR"
I just wanted to let everyone who follows me know that I have switched. If you would like to continue following me, please go to http://www.yiwashington.com/ and subscribe to keep up with all new updates on upcoming books and blog posts. Thank you to those of you who have followed and commented and continue to […]Read more "SWITCHED FROM WORDPRESS.COM TO .ORG"
For this final week of National Poetry Month, I’d like to introduce you to a wonderful poet that I met back in 2011 when I started my journey into a writing career. I’ve wondered when she would finally publish and as of March 24, 2015 she has. Her first publication “Yo’ Sista’s Keeper: A Collection […]Read more "NATIONAL POETRY MONTH–YO’ SISTA"
For this final week of National Poetry Month, I’d like to introduce you to the Poet Laureate of Georgia–Mr. Judson Mitcham. Georgia poet and novelist Judson Mitcham (b. 1948) studied psychology as an undergraduate and earned a Ph.D in psychology from the University of Georgia. His elegiac poems, first-person narratives, explore family relationships, the passing […]Read more "NATIONAL POETRY MONTH–JUDSON MITCHAM"