After eight years of oftentimes grueling work, I am so happy to announce that my memoir, The Borderland Between Worlds, is forthcoming, in early 2020, from Auctus Publishers. Thank you, Krish Singh, for publishing writers underrepresented in publishing!
When you think it can’t, that it won’t come with nothing in sight, just night in front of you, it do, it do come through, the smallest strand of light in darkness just barely enough to see you through.
Fairies and fireflies, a neon garden of delight, a spinning vortex circling till the end of time.
Immutable rules govern our world such as the law that no matter the time or space in which it occurs, evil committed by humans against other human beings leaves its mark, and that regardless of the amount of time it takes, the truth will always surface. These ideas, as well as others, are explored in … More A Book Review of “I Am Terezin” by Ayesha F. Hamid
Saturday’s ritual is discourse at diners, when we talk while walking to our regular hangout, The Green Kitchen. As we wipe our feet on the mat on the floor, we exit the pressure cooker as worries are left at the door. The mornings here mean much more than French Toast, eggs, or home fries. Forgetting … More “Escape on Saturdays” by Ayesha F. Hamid
There are a variety of techniques that writers can use to add more precision and depth to their descriptions. Writers of all genres, including fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry, can benefit from reading, observing, and understanding the techniques with which Thornton Wilder creates his full, detailed, and believable descriptions, but reading Wilder’sThe Bridge of San … More Essential Techniques of Storytelling in The Bridge of San Luis Rey by Ayesha F. Hamid