A typewriter like the one my dad used when I was four.
In an old black and white Kodak moment: at four years old, I am leaning in the doorway of the living room, where, some distance from me, on a low table sits the object of my contemplation. The keys on my dad’s typewriter were within reach and they beckoned to be touched, much like the behemoth above.

Among my adventures in writing, you’ll find something freshly considered.

WritersJacket: feel the cozy, well worn fleeced leather warming you through life’s next step.

Join me at the readers hangout online at Goodreads.com, where you’ll find my book list. Or visit me where I write on Wattpad.com, and read my “online only” story, Once Upon a… Lily Pond; see this original story in a book style, on Issuu.com, where they display PDFs in a page-flipping fashion.

The South Bay Writers newsletter,  WritersTalk, became a home for my articles starting in the Dec 2014 issue; contributions grew to include the feature: “Blog Posts” – Mar 2016.

I love surfing the web. The research helps me flesh out story scenes, like the pizzeria in Chicago for my short story, “Anniversary Adventures,” a story in the first of three Ageless Muses anthologies, a set of self published books that I produced for the Silicon Valley Writers Forum.

On my casual blog, lindyjudd folio, I have short stories, flash fiction and an occasional poem, “Zombie Love.” I wrote an entry for the San Mateo County Fair, the only fair in California with a Literary Arts Division. The deadline for writing entries is April 1st, with winners announced the following June. Consider, in November, the yearly self-competion writing event: NaNoWriMo, to write the first draft of a novel, in 50,000 words or more, in 30 days or less. At Nano, they give you lots of tips and tricks to accomplish your goal. And the online writing buddies help to.

So relax, enjoy, and visit when you can.

Thanks for stopping by,

Linda Myro Judd