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Meaning of Life

In August I went on an adventure. I’ve dreamed of seeing the vastly heaven pointed redwood forests in all their lush and reddish brown glory, so I flew across the country to Portland and made my way down the Oregon coast with a pit stop to camp at the base of Mt Hood, hiked through and camped among the perfect redwoods, and ended up in Jack Kerouac’s old hood of San Francisco. 404 more words



The candles flicker in the pumpkins

casting the faces carved by small hands

onto the driveway, and

leaving just enough light for the

trick-or-treaters to see. 41 more words


Preparing for NaNoWriMo

When NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) begins on November 1st, are you ready to sit down and begin your novel? Is this your first time participating? 716 more words


Writing Wednesday: First Words

Take the first word of every line of a poem that you like, and use it as the first word of every line for your own poem. 142 more words


Stay Tuned for Writing Wednesday

Tomorrow’s interview will be with Henry Melton, grandmaster of YA books going back 40 years.


A Little Scare Never Hurt Nobody

She stood there quietly.

Nimble fingers

turning page after page of the latest

of her reading conquests.

He stood behind her

patiently waiting

for the¬†perfect… 59 more words


NaNoWriMo: You in?

I know, I know–you’re trying to write and you want some info. Well this week it’s all about NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) which happens to start at 12:00 am, midnight, on November 1st. 274 more words