Moon of breaking trees
Feb 14, 2021 by Linda J Wright
It’s February, and in my neck of the woods we had one heck of an ice storm last night. There’s devastation just about everywhere.
Finding our muses
Feb 07, 2021 by Linda J Wright
I’m often asked what my writing process is, and I’m hard-pressed to answer.
Locked down, bookstores closed. What’s a writer to do?
Jan 31, 2021 by Linda J Wright
Why not try a pivot? I’ve sold only a handful of my animal-rights mysteries since the pandemic started and I’ve been pretty bummed out about all that. I even have a mini case of writer’s block.
Be a star thrower
Jan 24, 2021 by Linda J Wright
Loren Eiseley was an American anthropologist, educator, philosopher, and natural science writer, who taught and published books from the 1950s through the 1970s.
Laugh and you’ll keep your sanity.
Jan 17, 2021 by Linda J Wright
During this awful locked-down socially-distancing time of the pandemic, we really, really need something to make us laugh.
Stealth philosophy. It makes writing worthwhile.
Jan 10, 2021 by Linda J Wright
One of my purposes in writing my mystery series is to invite readers to think about animal issues. Not to preach . . . but to seduce them into thinking about controversial topics.
Why is it so hard to think straight about animals?
Jan 03, 2021 by Linda J Wright
Hal Herzog, author of “Some We Love, Some We Hate, Some We Eat,” poses that provocative question. It might be a question without an answer, but it sure does make for a lot of controversy.