You know you have written something good when it makes you shake. When others read it and admire it and you, and you shake. My writing group pal exhibited shaking … Continue reading
Index cards that is. In theory each one represents a scene. In reality some of them describe an emotion or overall impression that I want to remember to convey. I … Continue reading
Outside at midday today strolling and waiting for little dog to explore every single inch of the fence line a black fly pestered my eyes and would not be dissuaded. … Continue reading
Daily Prompt: Press It Give some love to three blog posts you’ve read and loved in the past week, and tell us why they’re worth reading. Introspections During Quiet Time … Continue reading
There I was thrashing around for an idea for a blog post which as you know is the very worst way to come up with something to write. We seem … Continue reading
She dried the concave bottom of the last of the glasses and hung the checkered towel on the oven door. She walked across the worn kitchen floor, her bare feet … Continue reading
WordPress Daily Prompt: You’re stranded in a foreign city for a day with no money and no friends. Where do you go; what do you do? When I opened my … Continue reading
WordPress Daily Prompt: You’re stranded in a foreign city for a day with no money and no friends. Where do you go; what do you do? The American Embassy. Present … Continue reading
A strange start to the day this morning after a night of restless sleep. I fell onto some rocks a few days ago, landing on my knees, and now my … Continue reading
Here is a never published DRAFT post from January 16 of this year: Although intellectually I knew it, it really hit me today that I have no life. I don’t … Continue reading
Scene: small white room, windows on one end, dog curled up on bed under windows. Woman sits at table, hands poised above a keyboard… It’s freezing in here What’s … Continue reading
Interesting reading and good advice for writers of all genres. I find articles like this to be incredibly supportive and reassuring. Anne Lamott especially manages to give gentle, heartfelt support … Continue reading
Sounds way better than Cheese and Crackers.
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