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Thoughts on Writing Challenges

Now that I’m officially over, I can go into “Edit” mode.  My brain has been screaming for this constantly over the last week.  There’s a part of me that enjoys creation, but I really like editing my work.   327 more words


Mindlove: Tough Being An Oracle

For this prompt I wrote from the perspective of an oracle.

Being an oracle is kind of overrated if you really want me to be honest with you. 318 more words

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What am I supposed to do with this?


I am entering another writing challenge hosted by Jay Dee over at “I Read Encyclopedias for Fun”


Here is his challenge:

This time, we have a genre and single line.  1,206 more words

I Read Encyclopedias For Fun

Manuscript Similarities

I was at a writing workshop once with a woman who had been working on a picture book manuscript for years. She was a full-time professor at a university, if I remember correctly. 287 more words

Musings Of A Children's Writer

Write Now: Neil Everett's Influence

Every time I see the phrase Write Now I say it the say way the Sportscenter anchor says it.
My first thought is not what would a great writer do with such a prompt. 287 more words

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The REWRITE idea

So, I was on facebook, a place where I spend far too much time, and I found this link to a lovely little story about a guy who is a professional artist now, who came across some pictures he’d drawn when he was young.   191 more words

Writing Challenges

friday fictioneers: dribble and drool

“Delicious! Best I’ve ever tasted.” proclaimed my host, the Emperor of Japan.

I almost puked just looking at those frothy, deep-fried, tempura caterpillars and their egg sacks. 91 more words