Monthly Archives: June 2012

Sandra’s Writing Workshop Hop!

This writing workshop hop is for anyone interested in writing fiction, veteran or first-timer! This week, I’m mixing it up a little. We’ll return to experimenting with points of view. But the prompt this week is:   Write about a … Continue reading

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Tale Tuesday: Sultry Siri

I know I can complain there’s just not enough estrogen to counteract the testosterone in this house. Especially now with dropping estrogen levels, no doubt, of this perimenopausal mom. (The only truly spright young estrogen producers might very well be … Continue reading

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Writer’s Post: Endings

This is written in response to Writer’s Post Endings prompt “I don’t like endings,” he said. I could hear the quiet of their house in the background. He must have been at his desk. There was the tapping of a … Continue reading

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Writing On Edge: The Experience

  This is in response to choosing one, two, or all three to play with, but you only have 100 words. [he/she/I] was devastated by […] [feeling] was experienced by […] [person/thing] was possessed by [… She was experiencing for the first time true … Continue reading

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Feeling Blue

For the Trifecta weekly world challenge: “blue” “I’ll talk to you tomorrow,” she’d tell her daughter on her dutifully daily calls. She didn’t want to tell her that she felt blue. Though she was sure her daughter could hear it … Continue reading

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