5 Great Things to Do in Writing for 2016 {Ramblings On}

Ramblings On… 5 Great Things to Do in Writing in 2016 I began my blog to focus more on my writing. Writing regularly, getting feedback, getting used to having an audience that may {or may not!} see my point of view. I’ve mentioned all these items articulated by Victor {below} to my own students, but I like how succinctly this is written. I’d like to … Continue reading 5 Great Things to Do in Writing for 2016 {Ramblings On}

Recycled Reads 2016

Thanks to Prabhat, of Dancing with Mosquitos, for introducing me to, and encouraging me, to do it – Recycled Book Reading Challenge! The gist: Read what you have on your shelf…I guess that pile of library books will need to thin? My dozen are books my children loved but I haven’t read, books given to me that I haven’t read, and {*GASP!*} books loaned to … Continue reading Recycled Reads 2016

Three Line Tales: Grace

This challenge is hosted by Sonya – @ Only 100 Words –  The idea? 3 lines about the picture, no matter how long or short, but only three lines! Grace Finding the space between the sermon and refrain Perfection in the quiet still of my heart This divine grace sweeps over me, envelops me, and carries me onward I linked up — why not take a whirl, … Continue reading Three Line Tales: Grace

New marketing plans, a magic hashtag {Ramblings On}

I’ve been  trying diligently to get the first draft of Indiot finished, which has been at the expense of blogging. I won’t lie, there have been long morning walks on the beach with the d… Source: New marketing plans, a magic hashtag, and a free giveaway   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ What I love about reading Ana Spoke is her real-life experience in the publishing world. While my … Continue reading New marketing plans, a magic hashtag {Ramblings On}

Three Line Tales: The Window

This challenge is hosted by Sonya – @ Only 100 Words – is a writer I thoroughly enjoy following! The idea? 3 lines about the picture, no matter how long or short, but only three lines! I linked up — why not take a whirl, it could be fun for you too! The Window Sleepily the sweet boy awakes, ready to embark on a day of adventure Daddy … Continue reading Three Line Tales: The Window

NaNoWriMo Camp {Ramblings On}

    Woo Hoo! I’m all ready for Camp NaNo! (Just finished my prep in the last few minutes.) It will be revisions for me with a goal to add 30,000 words to Love, Lies, and Clones. I usually muddle through everything, but with the limited time frame, I thought I’d get organized. (Okay, this is way […] via I’m Ready for Camp! (Novel Revision Camp) — … Continue reading NaNoWriMo Camp {Ramblings On}

Three Line Tales: The Space Between

This is a new feature of Sonya – @ Only 100 Words – is a writer I thoroughly enjoy following! The idea? 3 lines about the picture, no matter how long or short, but only three lines! I linked up — why not take a whirl, it could be fun for you too! {Note: Sonya’s updated tag request @ the end of this post!} (c) Sonya, 2008 – … Continue reading Three Line Tales: The Space Between

Three Line Tales: Incontrovertible

This is a new feature of Sonya – @ Only 100 Words – is a writer I thoroughly enjoy following! The idea? 3 lines about the picture, no matter how long or short, but only three lines! I linked up — why not take a whirl, it could be fun for you too! {Note: Sonya’s updated tag request @ the end of this post!} photo by Samuel Zeller … Continue reading Three Line Tales: Incontrovertible

Not Working – 6 Word Story – {FF}

What follows is a piece inspired by the prompt over at Flash Fiction for the Purposeful Practitioner. The key elements were the photo below, the opening sentence/phrase (optional, I chose not to utilize) and no more than 200 words.  Longing. Inescapable prison denies children childhoods. {I’ll be honest, I loved my post originally written yesterday, but this is where I am today. SO…good news bad news … Continue reading Not Working – 6 Word Story – {FF}