Life Lessons Fermenting in Fiction: Welcome Celia Breslin

The talented Celia Breslin has visited Point No Point before, so I'm thrilled to have her back for the Fictional Lessons for an All-Too-Real Life series. Celia, author of Haven and the upcoming sequel, Destiny, lives in California with her husband, daughter, and two feisty cats. She writes urban fantasy and paranormal romance, and has … Continue reading Life Lessons Fermenting in Fiction: Welcome Celia Breslin

The Wisdom of Laughter: Real Life Lessons from Fiction

Several people in my circle are dealing with cancer and other serious illness. Old and young and in-between, they must find ways to cope with diagnosis, treatment, surgeries, and caregiving. And decisions. So many decisions that have to be made. For June's "Fictional Lessons for An All-Too-Real Life," it put me in mind of this … Continue reading The Wisdom of Laughter: Real Life Lessons from Fiction

“The Quick Route:” Fictional Lessons for an All Too Real Life from Matthew Curry

This month's guest post on Fictional Lessons for an All Too Real Life is artist and author Matthew Curry. Matthew describes himself this way: "I┬álive in a small town in Northwest Georgia with a black cat named Frances. When I'm not at the mill, I'm at home, writing and drawing. I recently self-published a Southern … Continue reading “The Quick Route:” Fictional Lessons for an All Too Real Life from Matthew Curry

Fictional Lessons for an All-Too Real Life: Guest Author Diana Green

On the 30th of each month, a guest author shares his or her take on how fiction of all kinds can teach us important lessons about being human. I'm thrilled to welcome the first installment, from the lovely and talented Diana Green.┬áSince her childhood, growing up in New Zealand, Diana has been an avid storyteller. … Continue reading Fictional Lessons for an All-Too Real Life: Guest Author Diana Green