The perfect caste, the easy drift, and then wham! I’ve got a fish. Writing is like that, too. Sometimes when I sit down at my laptop or take my spiral notebook and one of my favorite pens the words flow. The only sound is the… Read More
All posts by “Janna Roznos”
What Can Happen In A Second?
So much. A car crash. A wave good-bye. A kiss. A moment to exhale and feel joy. A mere second is the action. When my heart skips a beat or my cat meows. It’s the back story to that second that I never seem to… Read More
Replenishing the Creative Well
I write. Or at least I try to, and I’m struggling to finish my first book. I’ve slowed down, unable to put one-word in front of the other. Ready to give up. I am empty. Hollow. And ultimately, I know I have depleted my emotional… Read More
What I’ve learned in this pandemic.
A year. One year ago, we went into lock down to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We’ve suffered shortage, disrespect, misinformation and unsurmountable losses of family and friends. And now, as we slowly opening up, eating out at restaurants starting next week, getting vaccinated, schools… Read More
What I’ve learned because of the pandemic.
It’s sort of hard for me to write about the pandemic. I’m in the midst of it and the days although all seem the same so much has changed, too. I’ve been thinking about how this pandemic has changed me and also changed those around… Read More
What I’ve been reading.
Recently, I finished rereading an old favorite book and another book that was recommended to me. I’ll start with the new to me book. Julie and Romeo, by Jeanne Ray (2000) tells the story of two lovers, both in their sixties, discovering second chance love.… Read More
With the end of one year and the beginning of the next, it is time to let go of bad habits, and negative thoughts. Easier said than done. Letting go of what ails me doesn’t happen with the stroke of midnight. For me letting go… Read More
2019 wasn’t such a good year for me. Nothing catastrophic, but definitely a bumping ride that I don’t want to repeat. So, when the New Year 2020 was fast approaching, I decided that I wanted to start a new habit highlighting the positives of my… Read More
Speaking Out Loud
Somehow saying out loud what you mean or what you want or what you plan on doing makes everything seem more real. Maybe because speaking out loud you’re giving voice to your desires or your wants or more precisely your needs. It’s easy – at… Read More
You Don’t Know Me.
There is something so intriguing and exciting when you meet someone for the first time. The delicate, intricate and sometimes a bit unnerving dance of getting to know that person: their likes, dislikes, the commonalities you may share and ultimately the uniqueness of them.… Read More