TUNNEL VISION, a short story by Hank Quense

A long time ago, (in the last century) I wrote and sold a bunch of short stories. They were collected and published by a small publishing house as Tunnel Vision. It’s filled with stories about knight-accountants, warrior-chefs, aliens visiting Manhattan, befuddled wizards Long out of print, I started reading them again and was surprised at how well they had aged. …

Phyllis Zimbler Miller – Making It Easy for People to Say Yes

No, this isn’t a marketing guest post, although I often give the marketing advice of “Make it as easy as possible for your targeted audience to say yes to you.” Here I’m talking about applying the same advice to our daily activities with others – whether friends, colleagues, family members, or strangers (and whether remote or in person). Picture this …

TRELLO et al

by Hank Quense I’m a big believer in planning.  As such, I rely on various software programs and apps to help out . For instance, I use five mind-mapping programs (they all have different features and different graphics).  I also use Trello to keep organized. The thing with Trello is, I keep trying to find something to replace it.  Now, …

IWSG – March ‘21 – The Angle of Flickering Light by Gina Troisi

Poignant and Heart Wrenching: The Angle of Flickering Light by Gina Troisi is a beautifully written and elegantly narrated memoir that I couldn’t put down. The little girl’s voice was wise yet innocent. I wanted to wrap my arms around her, protect her, save her. It became an urgency. During the worst of it, my heart pounded. I cried because …