I forgot the mic at home, and didn’t know what I was going to read until about a half hour before, but it all worked out.
A hammock can replace many other pieces of furniture: bed, reading chair, writing desk, etc.
Hello Writer word for August. i hope these keep coming in the new revamped packs.
I’m using this more often. I credit the influence of Hildegard.
I met some interesting birdwatchers in Hespler as I was writing in my journal near the mill pond. I wrote about the encounters; I think they are good people for Jane to meet in her travels.
It is a relief and comfort to be in the company of such joyous and strong women, laughing in the moonlight.
This place, these women.
It’s not my home, but I feel at home. I just met them, but I feel I’ve known them forever.
The first Firefly prompt, after dinner
I want writing to feel just like this:
The dragon of daily drudgery is blocking the entrance to the cave where the treasures lie, where realistic characters and plot twists sparkle like rubies and gold.
“None shall pass!” he growls.
“Ha!” I say as wheel my steed around and race toward him.
I raise my shield of unused story lines and charge. As I grow closer, I raise my other arm and build momentum with the full weight of my desire and unleash it on him.
He breaks apart into dust, dirty dishes and unwashed laundry.
The prompt from Hello Writer’s May package was to create a poem from a Free Will Astrology predition for Aries.
I ended up with a good piece of advice for teenage me.