My stories are real and imagined, written and oral and have come from family, history, life, and travel.
There is an ancient proverb, ‘Place yourself, not in comparison with others, but in comparison with yourself, and see how far you have travelled
I am privileged to Walk A Mile!. This film project calls on Canadians to know the facts, historical information and personal stories of real-life challenges facing many Aboriginals across Canada. Five powerful short films, each raising tough conversations to break stereotypes for marginalized communities.
So, I had written my masterpiece. And it had changed my life. But now what? Where do I go next? Shall I send it for review and who shall I contact? Starting out as a debut writer would it be best to follow your instinct on what makes sense to you ? ....
Everyone has a tale to tell. And each tale has a message.
The purpose of this blog is to share real-life tales in an attempt to surprise and tease you, to make you laugh and cry with them. Each post will tell a tale of ordinary people living extraordinary lives and exceptional people living lives that most of us can relate to, no matter how diverse our backgrounds may be.
At the end of each post, there are Questions to Ponder and a comment box waiting for your feedback.