On Autumn Brody And Mental Health

At one point in Change of Season, Professor St. James gives Autumn some advice:  “Write what you know, and write when you need to let go.” This is a variation of advice writers have heard time and time again.  At times, it’s almost annoying.  Many of us write to heal, to share hard lessons learnedContinue reading “On Autumn Brody And Mental Health”

33 Truths: Reading, Writing and Literature

Hello, from the land of post-secondary finals!  Surfacing briefly from oceans of papers and exam prep packages, a friend’s blog inspired me to post this today.  I’d love to hear your truths as well, so please, feel free to link me to your own lists via Twitter (@dillonac), Facebook (A.C. Dillon) or here! 33 TruthsContinue reading “33 Truths: Reading, Writing and Literature”