Author Archives: Andrea R Huelsenbeck
Technology is both a blessing and a curse. Technological advances have effected every occupation, and writing is no exception. From typewriter to computer When I started freelance writing in the early 1990s, I wrote my drafts by hand either in … Continue reading
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (May 7, 1840—November 6, 1893) was the first Russian composer to achieve international recognition. Though musical from a young age, his parents encouraged him to study law so that he could enter the more lucrative profession of … Continue reading
The other day, I made tuna salad for lunch. Just a can of tuna, a tablespoon of mayonnaise, some chopped sweet onion, and a sprinkle of salt and a dash of pepper. No bread, just straight out of the bowl. … Continue reading
I just found out (a week too late!) that there is a World Photography Day, and it’s August 19 every year. People are encouraged to post a picture to share their world with the world. Since I’m already too late … Continue reading
Can you find the bee? More FOTD.
I see gorgeous old wood peeking out from behind peeling paint; what should be transparent, isn’t; the missing pane of glass is a portal into darkness. Now it’s your turn. What do you see? Share in the comments below.