A Bus-Traveling Poet

Today I add a page to my Writings section. This is where I post creative works of fiction, or descriptions and links to the works of other people.  In today’s page I introduce you to my sister Marcia Nelson Pedde, just about the sweetest, most creative person I know.

Marcia is a writer who sees the world as a glorious, almost romantic, adventure. She combines her perceptive eye for those fleeting moments of beauty and emotion that go unnoticed all around us every day, with a natural, comfortable and playful use of words.

Her first book A Year in the Life of a Bus-Traveling Poet is just that; a twisting, turning adventure beside her on the seat as she shows us the world through her gentle and sensitive eyes. When you reach the end of your journey, you’ll feel like you are leaving behind, however briefly, a new best friend whom you’ve just met on the bus.

See A Bus-Traveling Poet in the Writings section of this blog, or check out Marcia’s book
A Year in the Life of a Bus-Traveling Poet on Amazon. You might also want to check out Marcia’s and husband Mike’s thought-provoking blog M & M’s Musings.


About wordswithbrad

Let's see. I guess first and foremost I am a life wanderer on a journey of discovery and experience. Can you tell I am a child of the sixties? Along the way I have become many things ... a College Professor (now retired after 28 wonderful years), a writer of both fiction and nonfiction, a singer/songwriter, a musician, an artist, a world traveler, a fan of science fiction and history, and a student of human nature. But my greatest accomplishments are being father to two of the most amazing and accomplished young men I have ever known, and husband to the incredible and delightful woman who made that possible.
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3 Responses to A Bus-Traveling Poet

  1. ashok says:

    A wonderful blog now Brad. Really great work. Now I will return to it from time to time to explore. Please excuse typos, spellings etc. in my comments. Like many bloggers I just leave them in to preserve the spontaneous nature of a quick comment as in chat rooms. I have left two other comments to your other post with a link to my blog and novel. Really appreciate that.

  2. ashok says:

    Brad now your blog with blog posts on the main page along with additional pages devoted to specific topics for those who wish to get into them, has developed as a really nice and special blog. Fantastic work indeed! reminds me of the fantastic work you did at UBC in Prof Vicker’s class with hydraulic circuits and some more with Prof. Brockley ( Did I get their names right? )

    Now what we need is more visitors to your blog. That takes a few months usually and perhaps just as well since that gives time for the blog to mature.

    • wordswithbrad says:

      Yes, those names are correct. Takes me back. Thanks Ashok for your supportive comments. They mean a lot! I may be new to blogging, but not to writing. I just hope the people who visit my site will be entertained by what I post here.

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