Rochelle Cunningham is a woman of many talents and numerous interests. As a woodworker, she makes handcrafted, custom-fit wooden pens; as an author of fiction, non-fiction, children’s books, and memoirs, she is always looking to expand into new genres and uncharted waters.
“Everyday we’re blessed with the gift of time . . . hopefully we spend that time cultivating extraordinary experiences.
Artists are fortunate. . .
we seize such moments, and discover ways to share them with the rest of the world.”
She’s currently collaborating with several local authors on books in the romance and supernatural genres. To relax she retreats to her workshop where she creates handcrafted wooden art.
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- ∇ Single Woman, Over 40, Limited Income, First-Time-Homeowner, Flips Home by Herself
No JOKE . . . by myself! July 21, 2014 I closed on my first home. What a great adventure. Although, by definition I didn’t “flip” the house, because I still live in it. What I accomplished was a transformation, and as my father used to say, “Sissy, it’ll be like putting a little … Continue reading Single Woman, Over 40, Limited Income, First-Time-Homeowner, Flips Home by Herself
- ∇ Celebrating my Extraordinary Father
Writing this February feature article for Idaho Magazine was an honor. Such an opportunity commemorates on paper, all of my Pop’s hard work in Pearl. With his own two hands and the sweat of his brow, he molded acres of sage brush, rock, and high-desert terrain into an Oasis. Benevolence, being one of his many gifts for his family, … Continue reading Celebrating my Extraordinary Father
- ∇ Managing Fear
Something that I frequently explore is the idea of technology and how it shapes our world, and quite frankly, at times, scares the ever loving crap out of me! However, it just so happens, it was during one of these conversations when the concept of my Domestic Wildflower was born, and I recognized how to face, and perhaps embrace, … Continue reading Managing Fear
- ∇ Writing that Wakes the Dead
by Rochelle Cunningham, Gypsy Writer One of my favorite prosaic pieces, I jotted down at 3 a.m. The rest of the construction came later, but I’ll never forget how the majority of this prose flowed out of me in one sitting. Had I ignored the persistent muses’s calling – this piece may have died on … Continue reading Writing that Wakes the Dead
- ∇ How Do You Brew?
by Rochelle Cunningham, Gypsy Writer As a writer, I am always in the midst of several projects. This morning, the inside of my head felt like three Scottish witches were using my congested skull as their personal cauldron! Boil, boil, toil, and trouble . . . I write a few lines of a poem . … Continue reading How Do You Brew?