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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. 298 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

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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.
No.
My first thought is not what would a great writer do with such a prompt. 272 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

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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

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The End is Near...

At our condo, we have an infestation. Ants? Nope. Roaches? No way.

What could be worse than that, you ask?

Ducks. We have the ducks. 408 more words

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