Stories Come and Stories Go

Happy Wednesday!!! The weather is warmer and clearer this week. But I know the end of winter is still a way off. That old varment, Punxutawney Phil, Pennsylvania’s weather predicting groundhog, says so. In the meantime, let’s move on.

And sadly, I say, let’s move on. Let me give you some background. In March of 2021, I developed a case of COVID-pneumonia. I was hospitalized for 11 days. They say COVID can do strange things to the brain. I found that to be true. Honestly, from that time forward, my creativity has dried up. I just checked my writing log, and not surprised, I have written only one and a half chapters of Black in the past year. To be completely honest with you, it’ s been very difficult to keep up with this blog over the same time period.

So where does that bring us? I’ll be closing My Very Own Writing Coach and the website on March 8, 2022. It may be, a break will allow me to refresh myself and I can start anew. It’s not a matter of writer’s block. I can fight through writer’s block. It’s a matter of a physical (or physiological) change within me.

My plan for the future is to finish Black no matter how long it takes and to finish a commentary on Genesis 1-11, which also remains undone. Other than that, we’ll see where the future leads. My books will still be available on Amazon. I’ll be deleting my email, but you can still reach me at, and please do.

I want to thank you all for the friendship you’ve shared and the encouragement you’ve been to me over the years. You are all so very important to me, so please stay in touch. Until then . . .



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