Hugh’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Week 19 – Gap

Hugh is looking for photos of something that shows a gap… I had to really think about this one. Then, I remembered the trip we took in 2009 to Glacier National Park in Montana. I distinctly remembered seeing beauty that was unsurpassed as we drove along Going to the Sun Road. These glimpses of grandeur […]

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All-Natural Poetry Prompts | Writing Forward

Ready to write some poetry? COME ON! Give it a try! ❤ Check out these nature-inspired poetry prompts, and if you’re up for the challenge, use them to write an all-natural poem of your own. Source: All-Natural Poetry Prompts | Writing Forward

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#WQWWC – Writers Quote Wednesday Writing Challenge – “The Envelope”

Hi, everybody! It’s that time again! Time to get your quote selected so you can come up with a creative story, poem, or whatever else you would like to share about your quote. Ronovan is in charge this week and he chose the theme of: “TRUST” Please make sure to link to Ronovan’s post HERE. […]

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Writers Quote Wednesday Writing Challenge – “Trust”

Welcome to the Fourth edition of the open call for anyone who will dare to share what they care with all the others in the “Writers Quote Wednesday Writing Challenge.” Been here before? Click HERE to skip to Example and Challenge. To see all the Entries from last week click HERE for the links in […]

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Romantic Tuesday

Originally posted on Erika Kind:
The Bird and the Tree ? A little bird did spread its wings And flew into this world Curious what love could mean There was so much that it had heard ? The flight led it through sunny skies And warm and happy days But then it had to flee…

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RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #90 Friend & Shiver

This week’s haiku challenge prompt words from Ronovan are “friend and shiver.” Friend = ally and Shiver = quake. Since I missed last week’s challenge, I thought I had better get this up early. I am in the full flush of spring fever! I love spring! Today, on my walk with Sugar and Spice, I […]

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Are You Making These 4 Common Dialogue-Writing Mistakes? – Write It Sideways

How to make sure your characters fully show off their personalities. ❤ Today’s post is written by Alex Limberg. It’s such a bummer. You’ve written a scene, and it seems to work perfectly. The plot takes its course and the characters are all going after their desires, busily mingling. Interesting things happen. But when you […]

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The Great Debate: Maps in Fantasy

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
When working on Pearseus, I decided to include a map. In fact, I ended up drawing at least three versions, then buying Cartographer and doing another three versions there. Then, I realized a lot of people hate maps in books. A recent post by A.J. O’Conell of Bookriot explains why. I…

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