Writing Down the Wisdom of the Ages
This is a class for couples where at least one member is in a second marriage relationship. This covers the relationship itself, plus some instructions on blending a family. This class has been presented several times, and is now being considered for inclusion in a nationally known series of classes offered by Marriage Dynamics Institute of Tennessee.
This was an entry in the 2019 Owl Canyon Hackathon. The rules are to create a story using two provided paragraphs. The first one as given, plus a selection from two possible paragraphs in the middle of the story. Owl Canyon as not yet announced winners in this event.
This was a contest entry for the 2018 Owl Canyon Hackathon. The rules were to write a story using the first and last paragraphs provided. The finished story must be 50 paragraphs total, and each paragraph must be a minimum of 40 words, with no dialogue. This was not the winning entry, but it did receive high praise.
This was a contest entry involving ideas to get middle school students to read more about history. While the entry did not win, it demanded enough attention that it is now being converted into a Student Writer web site. This document is the core, and the three example "doors" explain different point is history. Once the web site is up and available to middle school teachers, classes (or individual students) will be encouraged to submit stories for more "doors".
This is an article on the power of prayer. It is currently under consideration for an upcoming edition of "Chicken Soup for the Soul".
This was a training class offered to the sales team of a computer consulting business. This gave the sales team a working knowledge base of mainframe computer history, technology, and terminology. Sales improved as the team became better at understanding their clients and the needs they expressed. It also helped client managers select the right consultants for assignments.