Poetry by D'Anthony Nance Without warning tears fell from my eyes. Staring into the mirror I wondered why? It's been months since you died And not since the funeral have I cried It seems I've held back this pain Because there is nothing for me to gain I cannot hear your laughter Nor can I... Continue Reading →
Great conversation with fellow wordsmith Jennifer Turney about herself, the Muskoka Novel Marathon (present and future ideas), and much more. Including a couple of valuable tips for all writers. https://soundcloud.com/mromuskoka/muskoka-unlimited-jennifer-turney-oct-18-2020
Driving home that evening, Michael takes the highway instead of the backroads. He’s not taking any chances and is confident in his ability to manoeuvre out of trouble at high speeds. Constantly checking his rear-view and sideview mirrors for any sign of being followed, Michael makes the usual 40-minute drive in about 25 minutes. Travelling... Continue Reading →
Author, writer and Dockside Publishing editor Andrew Wagner-Chazalon joins Chris on the Muskoka Unlimited Podcast to discuss his non-fiction and fiction works as well as sharing some interesting tidbits about doing research for his books.
Men can never be the victim of heart break Because society says We don't know what it's like To love beyond belief Uplifting a woman We thought was meant to be Unable to feel our pain, Drowning in sorrws We cry red tears of passion Kissed by sweet words Filled with paralysis That keep us... Continue Reading →