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“When you’re writing, it’s a very solitary job. It’s you and your word processor and a cup of tea.” ~ Paul W. S. Anderson One month until NaNoWriMo begins! Are you ready?
World Oh such Beautiful Wonder, so much To see and to do. Wish you were here with me. The food, the music, the shows. The people, their stories…oh Sis I know what I’ll find is at home. Pardon me now … Continue reading
Tomorrow is November 1st, the start of National Novel Writing Month, aka NaNoWriMo. The writing madness begins at midnight with this year’s mystery! Care to join the fun? Join a region close to home? There’s still time!
Today is King Tut day. Not exactly my favorite person, nor is Egyptian history of interest to me. Saturday was Book Lover’s Day – can’t believe I almost missed that. Spent the day divided between: The Sketchbook Fiction Project The Sketchbook Project … Continue reading
Spinning Day two, fresh and anew. Stories unfold as leaves of gold descent to the ground (Unless you’re on the other side of the equator, Where seasons are turned around.) The winds pick up speed While writers refill coffee cups … Continue reading
The Fun of Fall’s Fire The fun of Fall’s Fire can be found in the reds – smoldering, slipping into Sunset’s shed. The blaze of the orange, vibrant, bright -sneaking out with day’s first light. The mellow of yellow, meant … Continue reading