Interview about MY WORLD PROJECT

The Missing Slate, Interview with My World Project Founder Karen Hunt "For me, this is a way of life. It isn't a "cause," it isn't a "movement." I can't put some spin on it. There aren't any buzz words. It is how I choose to live, and I really can't help it. It is so …

SUCRE, THE WHITE CITY OR, CIUDAD BLANCA

I have been busy lately! I have been in Sucre, Bolivia since April 7th and will be here until June 7th. What an amazing experience. This is a gem of a tiny city, all painted white. The sky is piercingly blue. The contrast is breath-taking. I was told that long ago a plague came to …

MY WORLD PROJECT IN THE SAHARA

I spent almost the entire month of December in a village called Tissardmine, in the Sahara Desert in Morocco. My mission was to complete the final draft of 'Book of Angels,' #2 in the NIGHT ANGELS CHRONICLES, and work on the MY WORLD PROJECT with kids in the village. Both endeavors were a great success. …

TWELVE OF MY FAVORITE WRITING LOCATIONS

Although I live a simple life, and in fact, as a single mother, I have often struggled to make ends meet, somehow, through sheer determination and for the love of it, I have managed to write in some of the most astounding places. The views from my windows and terraces have inspired my works. How …

Adventures in Writing

Guest post Bitten, Shifted...the not so Normal buy Key of Mystery on Amazon Check out my guest post about some of my traveling adventures while writing Key of Mystery. Such as, the fantastical lake view from my window at Tyrone Guthrie Centre in Ireland, where I was lucky enough to be invited as a Fellow …

DOORS AT THE END OF THE WORLD

This is my last day of a┬áthirty-four day┬átrip to Morocco, twenty-five days of which were spent in the Sahara Desert. I'm now back where I started, in Marrakech, in the Riad Dar El Aila, and it feels a bit like coming home. Hello, you're back! they greet me, as if I have survived some incredible …

Dreams of Marrakech

So happy to be here in this city of magic. Staying at the  awesome Riad Dar El Aila. The door is about half my height but then you step into the airy courtyard. And as I am obsessed with doors here are a few... And this one in particular, I've never seen a door to …