Happy to announce that I am taking over the “Vino” column found in the local Miami newspaper, Biscayne Times. Check out my monthly column (in print or online) for reviews of affordable wines. Cheers!
Life has been busy lately, and admittedly, I have not been paying much attention to the world outside of my realm of work and play. However, the horrific attack at the Charlie Hebdo office in Paris has caught my attention, and my heart is breaking for the lives of those killed, as well as for the … More In Support of Art, Writing, and all Things Expression
Readers of History & Wine, I have a special spotlight for you. If you have been following along over the past year, you may have noticed my deep love of reading and writing woven throughout the articles I post. I have referenced several authors and books, many of which I have reviewed for you here. … More Author Spotlight: Mary L. Tabor
Hello Dear Readers. Some of you may regularly read my blog, and yet you have never heard my voice. Well, today is your lucky day! I was recently a guest on the House Podcast for the Sports*Politik blog. We discussed the creative process, “luck,” and other interesting topics that writers and artists like to chat … More My Podcast Appearance on Sports*Politik
Check out my guest post on the blog, New Modern Republicans. I think you might appreciate some of my insights–after several glasses of wine, of course. You can find the link to the post here: Introducing our Distinguished D.C. Guest Blogger-Jacqueline Coleman. If you have any comments, please feel free to leave them here, or … More History & Wine’s “Guest Appearance” on NMR
Have you ever woken up in the middle of the night (say 2AM for those of us who go to bed before 10PM), sat straight up in bed, and thought out an entire set of characters and a plot for a story that you’d never heard before? Did you then take that story and commit … More Writing a Novel is Distracting
I hated art class when I was in school. I’m talking about that class that you had to take in middle school where the teacher made you draw things. I never got it. I remember my teacher saying to me once, “Can’t you see the circles in that painting? Draw circles and then you can … More Let Them Make Art