O Is for On the Verge

I’m traveling again and in the midst of some big, scary life changes. Because of this, I nearly missed the posting of my latest OTV contribution, “I’m an Alcoholic, Always Have Been, Always Will Be”. If you are not a fan of On the Verge, you need to become one right now.

If you write, you need to submit. Shareen and Shawna are fantastic to work with. If they like you, they’ll work with you and even throw you a few bucks. I still can’t believe I’m lucky enough to be a regular contributor amidst the talent they host.

As I mentioned, I’m in the midst of some big, scary life changes. It makes it hard for me to write sometimes. I’m full of anxiety, and a big part of me just wants to hide until all the dust settles. But as I said, Shareen and Shawna are amazing, and they constantly inspire me to do more and better.

I wrestled for a while with what to do for my O post. I’m ashamed to admit On the Verge didn’t come to mind right away, but I’m glad it did. Comments and likes and all kinds of love has been pouring in for my latest, and I doubt I’ll be able to catch up with it for a couple more days. Still, I am immensely grateful for the opportunity I’ve been given there, and I hope you all will check it out.

“Well I left my happy home
To see what I could find out
I left my folk and friends
With the aim to clear my mind out”

-Cat Stevens, “On the Road to Find Out”


2 thoughts on “O Is for On the Verge

  1. One of my favorite traveling songs, which I listened to repeatedly, is by Joni Mitchell, called, Refuge of the Road. It reminds me of visiting friends in the 70’s, from Michigan, to Boston, to Binghamton, N.Y., and then to Chicago. Give it a listen or two. The lyrics are so awesome.


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