My transformation from sitter to runner—and how, at age 32, I am in the best shape of my life.
I don’t have a Twitter account anymore, but if I did I would inundate your feed with tweets like this (Week of March 16)
On Saturday, February 22, the world lost one of the good ones. Anti-Lou lost one of its own: Scott Hall.
My son is teething and puts everything in his mouth. If you’re not careful you’ll lose a finger. Just ask my friend Andy.
They say your odds of being involved in a plane crash are slim to none. So why is it I am scared out of my wits to fly on an airplane? And what does Brian Williams of NBC News have to do with this?
One in four women sell Younique 3D Fiber Lashes. The market is saturated. I have gathered this statistic by looking over my wife’s shoulder as she scans her Facebook feed.
Being a parent means rediscovering your inner child, and a child’s imagination is something to envy. Their curiosity is magical. Their cynicism is non-existent.
The Lady Next Door: A Short Story by Jeffrey Pillow is now available for download on Amazon’s Kindle e-reader for just 99 cents.
This morning I learned that one of my cousins committed suicide.
There is something about being a writer, or wanting to be a writer, that also brings with it a certain amount of self-doubt in one’s capabilities. It’s not good enough. Nothing, perhaps, brings more self-doubt than not feeling accomplished.
A reader of fiction wants to be inside the point-of-view (POV) character, seeing the world through his or her eyes. To see that world, first you have to create it.
A father debates whether to rescue his toddler from the pool and console her, calming her fears, during her first swimming lesson.