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Working with Wordplay

A vengeful donut lover and a boy who embraces his destiny were the subjects of two micro-stories I wrote on my recent writing retreat.

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Recent Work | “Measures Make the Difference”

Your data has power. Every day, physical therapists use data from patient measures to guide treatment decisions. But those measures—and every piece of information that goes into a patient’s chart—can do more.

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Recent Work | “Passion and Purpose Drive Pro Bono Service”

In any field, our passions can drive a commitment to giving back to the community–locally, nationally, or internationally.

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Why do we read?

What makes us pick up that book, click on that news story, open that email or tap that Twitter alert? What’s in it for us?

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The Words Around Us

North Myrtle Beach is not an upscale vacation destination, and there’s not a bookstore in sight. But it pushes back against rumors of the death of reading.

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Fear the Reader

I only wanted to find out when we started reading. But as I pursued this across 5000 years of Western history, I found that there was a more compelling story than just the when and the whom.

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