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Monthly Archives: August 2014
From the east the breeze had begun. Picking up speed and debris. Hopes, dreams, and broken souls mix With the smiles and laughter of the morning. Advertisements
Take a pad and pen and grab a bite to eat in the mall’s food court. Great place to gather descrips for your characters. Not just physical but mannerisms, dialect, and gestures. File them away for future use.
Originally posted on A Hidden Life:
A good friend of mine was over today and we chatted about how far we had come since childhood. Her, shortly, to become a lawyer, and myself…an author? I laughed at the notion and…
Originally posted on Never Give Up by Joan Y. Edwards:
Image Copyright © 2014 Joan Y. Edwards “Famous Writers Recovered from Rejection, So Can You. Submit Again #1” by Joan Y. Edwards First in Rejected – Submit Again Series (Pub…
Write. No matter if you feel like it or not. Whether you have an blaring idea or a dead fizzle. Just pick up the pen and close your eyes a minute. Some of my best words flowed out when I … Continue reading
I too, am going to die one day; but until then I think I am going to live.