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0122 - Pictures to Write By

Warning: A picture of a carcass below. If you get grossed out don’t go down to image #11.

I’m currently on vacation and captures some images as I was: 332 more words

Writing Prompt

Writing Exercise: The Villain's Spawn

Here is a writing exercise found within the pages of the Writer’s Digest (I highly recommend this magazine!) though this one was for a contest at the time. 130 more words

Characters

0121 - A Writer Needing To Practice What He Preaches

I’m in the final week of accelerated summer school courses and realized I haven’t posted in nearly four (4) full weeks. Decided to come take a look at the blog site and re-read the title and sub-header: 179 more words

Writing Prompt

What's cooking?

Today,  this little piece of fiction is based on my experiences with annoying male colleagues in the early 2000s when WiFi was unheard of, cell phones still a luxury, not all office had entrances protected by secure swipe cards, international onsite opportunities were a big deal  and women were treated a bit like dirt at the workplace, especially some IT companies that decided a persons worth was based on what time they left the office (not what time they got in, or what they did during their day at work) 344 more words

2015

The New Queen

I tossed and turned all night  trying to conjure up the perfect answer to the question that would change my life.

That tiara would grace my head, if I could convince them when they asked,  “What would you do for world peace?”

Writing

Generation Z: Choosing a different plot

Have you ever thought about the Road Not Travelled?

This Sunday, I took part in Generation Z, which is an interactive theatre experience… with zombies. 406 more words

Writing

BE TRUE BLUE [or in this case RED]

(Sometimes, what I post in this blog, seem to fall off my particular path.  That’s because I participate in poetry writing group, and at each meeting we are given a writing prompt.  74 more words

Journaling