The days have gotten warmer and everyone is basking the sunshine. It’s also been a while since I’ve posted. This year has been a bit of an emotional roller coaster. My dad passed away a few months ago and it’s left me to ponder a lot of things. Like many,
The old year is winding down and thoughts turn to what we’ve accomplished, and what we haven’t. It’s human nature to look back and reflect as we try to maintain balance with the things we have and the things we want. For most, the starting point of the calendar is
My wish to all of you. Happy Hanukkah. Happy Kwanzaa. Happy Solstice. Happy Christmas. Happy Boxing Day. Happy Omisoka. Happy New Year.
November is National Novel Writing Month, also known as NaNoWriMo. The annual challenge, to anyone wishing to write, is to pen 50,000 words. In July 1999, Chris Baty, a Freelance writer in the San Francisco Bay area, started it all with twenty-one writers. A year later, to more fully take
Witch. The word conjures images of pointy hats and broomsticks, cauldrons and spellbooks, poison apples and love potions. The concept of the witch has existed for millennia and endures in nearly every culture throughout the world. Once hallowed members of society, powerful female deities were worshipped by ancient civilizations. They
Welcome to the newly updated DW Harvey website. After a year and a half of being stuck, literally, by all the fallout of COVID19, I’ve decided it’s time for a change. Today, summer comes to an end, and we’re transitioning into the fall season. A new chapter will begin to