Hi and welcome to the Cow Pasture. My name is Sheila Good. A retired nurse in my former life, I published my first piece in 1989, in the Nursing Journal, on the topic of organ donation and transplantation. But, it was not my first foray into creative writing.
As a girl, I escaped a crowded house, among other things, to the nearby cow pasture and underneath tall oak trees wrote reams of poems, stories, and rantings on life (if you can imagine an eleven-year-old’s rantings. My audience was the black spotted cows that always stood near and gave me courage. Thus, began my love affair with words. If you’d like to know more, check out my About Me page. And for a real glimpse into who I am, check out my Flash Talk Pictorial: I’m a Southern Belle.
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT:
Writing is a journey, and this is part of mine. Here, you can find writing tips I’ve acquired along the way, resources I’ve discovered, and share with you, my fiction and non-fiction stories, essays, and prompts. Writing is a journey, and I hope to make your visits to the Cow Pasture fun and informative.
WHAT I’D LIKE FROM YOU:
Participation, feedback, critique, and hopefully a sharing of information. Thanks for stopping by and I look forward to a long and exciting partnership on our journey in writing. Words are sacred, and together I hope we can nudge the world.