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The Lord wants me to be left handed

In this house, we now have this huge walk-in closet.  Seriously, it’s ridiculous.  It is bigger than Sean’s bedroom in Ireland (okay, low bar.) The only catch to this is that it was an addition to an addition, and has a bit of a moisture problem (not deadly mold, but the “Hi, we live in the Pacific North Wet”).  413 more words


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Lovely short, sweet story. With a very happy ending. Read it now!

Body Language 'Cheat Sheet'

Writers Write have put together some advice and a great table of body language/physical cues you can use to reveal emotion.

For instance, if you were attempting to show… 74 more words

Tips And Advice

Weekend Writing Prompts For 7/25/2012 - 7/26/2015

Secrets, secrets, secrets, secrets.

Secrets are afoot. It’s that time.

This Weekend’s Writing Prompts Theme is: Otherworldly Secrets

Prompt #1 – Scenario Prompt: A strange cloaked entity appears before the main protagonist that offers to give the protagonist(s) the life he/she/they always wanted…in exchange for the protagonist(s) becoming the new guardians of the secrets the cloaked entity has been protecting for centuries. 48 more words


Aldermarsh: Spaces

In the darkness of the night at Aldermarsh, with my window open wide, I hear a coyote howl.  It reminds me of the loneliness I felt before this place, the longing, not understanding why. 384 more words

Personal Writing

Wednesday Writing Tip

Stumbled upon this via Pinterest – what a fabulous writing prompt/story plot!

Thanks, Writers Write, love this one.

Check out my Writing Love board on Pinterest for more fun writing tips!


Weekend Writing Prompts – 7/18/2015 – 7/19/2015

Sometimes, something so incredibly profound occurs in the life of a writer that inspires him or her or them to write something utterly magnificent. It influences them to write something so utterly fantastic that is remembered until the end of time. 152 more words


30 Ultimately Effective Social Media Tools For Writers

Great advice by Kelly Marone from the good people at Writers Write

If you don’t implement proper social media tools in your daily routine, your efforts as a writer can remain unnoticed. 85 more words