Get well soon.
Monthly Archives: June 2015
Three BOOKS OF THE MONTH over at Rave Reviews Book Club
You are amazing.
I wanted to drop a quick note out to everyone with a quick update from things over at the #RRBC as I take a break from my four kids (they are leaving next week for ten weeks in Poland and I think they are trying to jam what will be all that missed time into one afternoon – THEY ARE GOING TO KILL ME- SEND HELP!)
I first quick thing – if you’re not a member, you should be; such great help there from readers and fellow authors. They will really make you feel like a rock star when you’ve hit one out of the park and they will help you better understand those time where you swing and miss because they WANT to see your next “at bat” be the next hit out of the park.
This section IS a shameless plug for the group – please consider joining(and…
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Fiction Friday Prompt #10
Get well soon.
WEDNESDAY’S WISDOM, A quote by Ray Bradbury
You don’t have to burn books to destroy a culture. Just get people to stop reading them.
WEDNESDAY’S WISDOM, Just Keep Writing…
Pleas visit my brothers blog and website. He is a very good writter but no one is visiting him or leaving comments if they are. Like mowst of us writers has not much self ow steen. So if just for me pleas visit and say hello.weeboth be very grait full.
Pushing Through — Flash Fiction
Today’s Prompt: Summer Reading 2015
Writing Prompts for Rookie Writers
Good evening followers. I know I was supposed to have prompts reblogged and queued. I’ve been busy this past week and have a lot of commitments at the moment. With that being said, how is everyone this week? For today/tonight’s prompt I want to know what you’re going to read this Summer. In less than 18 days away it will be the first day of Summer. Where’s the time going? Just yesterday we were digging our way out of 12 inches of snow, buying Valentine’s Day gifts and celebrating Easter. Pretty soon it will be Back to School sales, Fall semester, Comic-Con, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas. The fast cycle of life never ends or slows down doesn’t it? -sigh-
Back on topic, what books do you have planned to read this Summer or are going to read? I plan on reading anthologies I took out of the library (which a…
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Writing Prompt #694
A government imposes a new rule stating people cannot be idle for more than one hour of their waking day.