Years Ago

Don’t Become a Writer–Just Write Your Story

You have a story to tell. Just write your story. I appreciate the dedication of hardworking career writers, those who have spent decades studying and practicing the art and craft of writing. I love literature. I wish everyone could write it; but it takes talent and dedication to write literature. You don't need to write… Continue reading Don’t Become a Writer–Just Write Your Story

Tracy Lee Karner
Writing

10 steps to happiness, from 14th-century Italy

"We wish and command that everyone who values our good grace shall bring only cheerful news... wherever he may come from, and whatever he may hear or see." Giovanni Boccaccio, “The Decameron” (written in 1348, in Italy) When circumstances become challenging and discouraging, it sometimes helps me to take a broader perspective. History shows that… Continue reading 10 steps to happiness, from 14th-century Italy