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The White Door

As she walked through the doorway she could hear the child’s cries
tucked away somewhere, inside a closet most likely. She crept through
the hallways following the cries that grew louder with each step. 260 more words

Short Story

Forty-seven reduplications


chit-chat, click-clack, clitter-clatter, dilly-dally,
ding-dong, drip-drop, fal-lal, fiddle-faddle,
flim-flam, flip-flap, flip-flop, hanky-panky,
harum scarum, helter-skelter, higgledy-piggledy,
hobnob, hodgepodge, hoity-toity, hubble-bubble,
hugger-mugger, hurly-burly, mingle-mangle,
mish-mash, namby-pamby, niminy-piminy, 22 more words


WordPress.com Writing Helper - "You can mark any post to keep it at the top" ?

I’m flummoxed by this one, perhaps one of my readers know how to do this ?

On the “Add Post” page, press “Copy a post” … then I get the message : 122 more words

Don Charisma

My Baby Helps Me Write

I almost always have a helper when I try to write. Whether it be for my WIP, blog post, or social media post, my baby is on my lap and ready to help. 105 more words


Writing Inspiration

One of the most frequently asked questions for prolific writers is “Where do you get your ideas?” Every author will have a unique answer. Sometimes an idea for a book arrives out of the blue while you’re driving (keep a notepad!). 233 more words


Finding an Agent by Ann Chandonnet

Let me introduce myself. I write non-fiction, history, poetry and food history. I’ve been writing for many decades and have worked with publishers in Canada and Great Britain as well as the United States. 300 more words

Digging In the Dashboard:

Three Features to Discover

Post From Elizabeth

Features abound in the WordPress.com dashboard. When you first got started at WordPress.com, you likely identified a handful of tools that you used every time you posted and then ignored the rest. 701 more words