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Well, Well, Well, We Meet Again

Traveled to the big city today! Of course, I grew up a stone’s throw from said big city, left for a smaller city, learned some weird phrases and have thoroughly enjoyed what is essentially no traffic ever since.  720 more words

Writing

Not quite so organized

I stayed up past eleven o’clock last night watching my baseball team lose another game. They lost again today. Sometimes I think the only time they lose is when I can watch. 546 more words

Writing

Hope VS Hopelessness

Hope-a feeling of trust, a feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen and thinking it could happen.  A feeling that something good will happen or be true. 135 more words

Thoughts

Plot Point 2 In The Context Of The Story Arc

It’s the end of act II and all is lost. Your protagonist must work hard to get what she wants or lose everything.

The story arc has been around for over 2000 years, and is a proven way to tell a good story. 533 more words

Kristina Stanley

between the frozen field

and the sudden patch of birches

I love to hear a cardinal whistle

says my father

apropos of everything

Happy Father’s Day!

Writing

A Novel Approach #10

The morning after. ‘A friend in need…’

The Night Cleaner’s Guide to Buddhism

Chapter 10 – Awakening

Sunday morning rolled open with unintentional sunshine. The sunrise was below the flat grey slab of cloud that almost clung to the horizon. 2,154 more words

Writing

Regardless, Don't Use "Irregardless"

Irregardless. Oh, how I hate that non-word. I remember when my mother started dating my step-father decades ago. One of the things I found fascinating about the two of them together is that they always talked. 307 more words

Grammar