About Along the Hudson
One of my ancestors is named Lewis Dudley Deming. He was born in 1820 and spent most of his life on the Hudson River as a boat pilot and captain between Albany and New York City. Though I will never be a riverboat pilot, I can’t help but feel the same draw to the Hudson that Lewis presumably felt. For some reason, my life has led me here, and it’s where my family calls home: the Hudson River Valley.
I’ve spent the past decade of my life either on or around this river. As a result, it provides me with a constant source of inspiration. Some of my best story ideas have come from quiet mornings, exploring or hiking along its banks.
That’s what you’ll receive if you sign up — my stories from Along the Hudson.
I will share:
Original fiction on Mondays.
Fifties by the Fire - fifty-word, prompt-based writing challenges. Sent 1-2 Fridays per month.
Embers - seasonal posts, or four times annually: winter, spring, summer, fall. These posts will include personal writing updates and news about upcoming projects. Paying subscribers will receive an additional post containing a heap of quality writing prompts.
Thanks so much for stopping by. I hope to see you around!