An eye-for-details activity

I’m working on a mini-course, so I’ll be posting some of the activities here. The activities are intended for a range of writers, though seasoned veterans may not be interested. Again, I’ll be using this site to park some of my works. Here is the short, non-narrated activity.

I should be writing. Instead…bread pudding.

Sweet potato bread pudding, to be specific, inspired by an episode of George Hirsch Lifestyle I had leftover monkey bread/pull apart from a local bakery–the parts lacking anything resembling sweet, syrupy, or nutty [i.e. the dry stuff that should have been drenched, but wasn’t. Okay, so I’m a hard-nose when Read more…

I should be writing. Instead…mini-pies.

Yep, not getting out much over the last week, so… Substituted one cup of almond flour. [2:1 ratio–all-purpose:almond.] It added a nice [no surprise] nuttiness and richness to the crust. I’d do it again. Filling: caramel-dried cranberry-pecan-apple. Topping: a basic streusel I threw together [flour, brown sugar, butter, cinnamon] Caramel: Read more…

A writer’s resolutions

Well, that ‘dying young’ ship has sailed. All the more reason, then, to launch [perhaps, ‘lurch’] forward with my life. With 2020 on the horizon, then, it’s time to ramp up the resolutions under my creative reinvention umbrella. Resolution #1: Be a pre-crastinator. Click to the 1:47 mark of Adam Read more…