I'm a weird person when it comes to friends. It seems like such a sticky topic to me, like a tar pits. Once someone has you, they got you forever. I'm one of those people you'll tell the secrets to and know they won't get out. The side effect? No one ever thinks of yours. … Continue reading Friends 


The Moms in writing

Mom's the word okay everyone? Okay, so what is the word for the moms of the numerous novels in the bookstore? I hadn't really thought of it until I listened to the song "anybody got a map?" from the musical Dear Evan Hanson. It's a nice musical. I'll review it later but more importantly it opens … Continue reading The Moms in writing

SING! even when no one is listening

The Neighborhood

Sing your own praise

To improve is to change;
to be perfect is to change often.
– Winston Churchill


from Boston
Steis feat. Termanology & Erin Daneele
with Who Would I Be


Republished for a new, yet frustrated Author (big smile)

SING! even when no one is listening
by Kendall F. Person

A funny thing happened yesterday….

In the scores of individual and collaborative work I have written and published, never before had silence prevailed as loudly as it did with the series finale of The Exorcist. No comments toward the story in any forum, by anyone. No voices from personal friends or relatives, nor long term fans or staunch supporters – in neither praise nor condemnation, just a silence, that only I could hear. No arrows to my pride, nor sense of despair (I like to think) for my mother often told us “Not everyone is going to like…

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