Poem: The Writer at Home

Don’t be so rigid.  If you learn a good move in one genre, use it in another.  Fiction, non-fiction. . . are a breath away from each other.  Grab the reader’s mind whatever it takes.

Natalie Goldberg, Thunder and Lightning: Cracking Open the Writer’s Craft

During the month of April, I’ll be participating in the Blogging A-Z Challenge.


A member of the Water Street Writers, Mikaela D’Eigh is a writer, poet, gardener, mental wellness advocate, and a lover of Scotch, K-Pop, and KDramas.  She writes about anything and everything, using all the crayons in the box.  Currently, she lives out in the country with two Egyptian gods disguised as cats, a herd of cows, and the occasional flock of wild turkeys. Check her out at La Belle Dame Merci, Medium, Facebook, or Instagram for more essays, poetry, and shenanigans.

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