The Blue Pen
Parker didn't expect to find his next great magazine story sleeping off a hangover in the back seat of his car. The homeless woman, Cleo, says she never wakes after dawn, which makes Parker curious. His intuition for finding a unique story is buzzing after meeting Cleo, and he decides to interview her to find out what drove her to live on the streets.
Cleo explains how the...more
Cleo begins her with life as ...more
Overall the story was very good, and I think it reminds you to both keep your mind open, and that homelessness is still an issue today. You know it's always there, ...more
Well-written and intriguing, it’s a timeless story that will make you appreciate what you have and understand those less fortunate in a different light.
I write fiction.
Haven't been on Goodreads in a while, and looked at my page. Wow, I have 164 books published!
Thing is, I don't. The name Lisa Rusczyk is unique; however, there is another Lisa Rusczyk who writes, too! How interesting is that? She writes great how-tos and children's fiction.
Some of her books were tagged under my profile, so I'm going to ...more