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Organized Writing: Tips to Keep Your Ideas at Your Fingertips

Over the course of writing my novel, I became disorganized. I have notes in so many different notebooks, computer programs, sheets of paper and anything handy to write on that I waste half a day looking for a name I wrote somewhere, or a thought I had months ago that finally fits. 776 more words


Touching Our Daddy's Heart

I know, I know, a lot of us can’t quite wrap our minds around the “Daddy” part of this story.  Many of our father’s, mine included, weren’t the best or were actually  downright cruel. 770 more words


I found a chair.

The forest is cluttered with a variety of wonderful objects that are not native to the forest. Some of them are completely harmless (donuts, tents, wind). 665 more words


Things I Like -- Dumpsters

Those big, driveway-sized containers primarily.

To look in while passing is obscenely intimate, if casual — so they are finally getting rid of that pink formica from the 1/2-bath — 68 more words

Starter For Ten

A Light on the Subject

Having the correct tool for any job is a great help toward successfully completing it. I’m definitely a tool person; I have a large collection of implements that I have accumulated over the years. 509 more words


Panic, the art of finding; Day 13 of Writing 101

You know the most important thing to do if you want to be a writer? Practice. And yet, you get home from a long day at work and you know the last thing you want to do is sit down and write. 216 more words


Lost and Found

Day Thirteen: Serially Found

On day four, you wrote a post about losing something. Today’s Prompt: write about finding something.

Tell us about the time you retrieved your favorite t-shirt from your ex. 314 more words

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