Read Across America

Tuesday March 2nd 2017 marked the beloved children's author, Dr. Seuss' 113th birthday. To commemorate his contribution to literacy it is also Read Across America Day. Delaware State University celebrated this important literary day by focusing on some of our most important students --the children in the Lab School. In honor of Dr. Seuss's birthday, the … Continue reading Read Across America

Dear Husband, Thank You for Not Waiting for Me

  This is a response to an essay posted on Scary Mommy Dear Husband, I know that while there are days we both long for the simplicity of just us, before we had our beautiful daughter.  We were able to have each other to ourselves, and yes, I miss the long hours of playing video … Continue reading Dear Husband, Thank You for Not Waiting for Me

“How to Write Strong Female Characters”

  This is an open letter to the aspiring author who asked, "How do I write female characters who are strong, but not bitchy? Who can fall in love and want kids and marriage without seeming weak.  I want a female who isn't overly emotional, but still somehow inherently female. I just don't know how … Continue reading “How to Write Strong Female Characters”