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In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Ephemeral.”

Definition of Ephemeral: fleeting, momentary, brief.

That’s exactly how long these yummy Pastel de Belen tarts lasted when placed on the table in front of me and my sisters on a trip to Lisbon.

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Morality - a writer's best friend

One of the things I enjoy most about writing is exploring morality. At its most basic level, morality is just a question of right and wrong. 963 more words

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Something to ponder over. Thanks to Dylan Hearn

Writing Prompt #46

It’s Wednesday, again…are you ready to take the Writing Prompt Challenge?

I’m hoping to write a few flash fiction pieces myself this week, so come join me! 9 more words

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The Dragon Age Obsession Saga Continues...Part 3

So in my absence and “sticking my head in the sand” I have neglected one of my favorite topics, Dragon Age.  For those of you who are new to my rambles, I have a particular fascination with the game series, some might call it an “obsession”, I would almost call it that myself, except I saw this… 943 more words

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In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Fresh.”

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Author vs. Writer

Authors and writers are one and the same, are they not? After all, your favorite author is the genius writer of your favorite novel, right? You may be surprised to learn that some professionals dislike being labeled a writer because they are, in fact, the author of a literary work. 498 more words

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Interesting distinction made here.

Blogging 101: Day One - Introduction

Hi everyone!

I’ve decided to take part in the WordPress Blogging University course, Blogging 101.  When I started my blog over a year ago, I had a faint idea of a plan, but for those of you who have been following me for some time now, you’ve heard me say a time or two that I really had no idea what I was doing.   440 more words

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