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I Finished the First Draft of My Novel. Here's What I Learned Along the Way.

I’ve finished the first draft of my novel.  This point has been a looong time coming because way back when I started this project I only had a sense of what I wanted to do. 1,389 more words

A Slice Of Life

spectacular spectrum

The sky was overcast when we got off the van at Hayanggabon Port in Claver, Surigao del Norte. I nervously crossed the narrow plank leading to the boat and positioned myself at the rear end of the vessel. 247 more words

A Slice Of Life

Writing 101: Aftermath

Writing 101: Aftermath

I have not had a chance to meet you all yet and I am truly going to miss that . . . I haven’t had a chance to figure out how to find new bloggers like myself on WordPress . 470 more words

Writing Life Stories

Out And About In A Meadow

“She turned to the sunlight
And shook her yellow head,
And whispered to her neighbor:
“Winter is dead.”
― A.A. Milne, When We Were Very Young


Ek Sunday waali feeling

This past Sunday on my way to the library: an intermittent drizzle, roads bordered with flowers and leaves fluttering down from rain swept trees, the usual traffic bustle and the sudden delight of a vintage Fiat Premier Padmini gliding past you. 264 more words


Adrift, Afloat, At Peace

A Day off. AHHHH. After working 6 days in a row, after staring blankly at a screen stuck inside on a beautiful sunny day, I got off the bus yesterday and walked to a dinner party where Crossroads man was BBQing at a Buddhist New Year’s party. 15 more words

A Slice Of Life

I: Ice Boxes

Welcome to the A to Z blog challenge! Bread and Butter Days shares tidbits from the past. Follow us for posts to go directly to your inbox. 180 more words

Trisha Faye