This is where I write. It’s awfully crowded in here right now. Too much furniture, but some will move out soon. But I don’t mind because I sit in my chair and type all day long and never look at the room around me. I’m in another world. Where do you write?
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I seem to miss a day now and then posting on the blog lately. I don’t mean to. Maybe it’s the political situation, or maybe it’s me recovering from 2 surgeries in quick succession, but this blog isn’t the first thing on my mind some days. If, by some horrible omission, I do miss a day, please feel free to dig into the archives. Writing prompts are everywhere.
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It’s okay to take your time on that New Year’s Resolution to write more often. Just 50 words a day can keep you going. I’ll be away from the blog for a few days. I hope you’ll take your time exploring past prompts to find one tickle your creativity while I’m away.
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I’ll be away for a week or maybe more getting myself a new knee. Carry on in my absence by exploring the archives and finding yourself a topic (there are over 2500 writing prompts to choose from here) and keep writing. Just write!
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May your new year bring you peace, joy, and perfect sentences.
Hey, why don’t you submit some writing prompt ideas that we can use between now and the new year? Reader suggestions are always so much fun and delightful. Leave them in the open space below and I’ll post them as prompts next week. Thanks.
My computer is out of service due to a close encounter with a cup of hot chocolate. Be back when repairs are done. Carry on writing!
I just began My Life on the Road by Gloria Steinem. The Prelude made me cry when I read this line, “. . . inside each of us has a purple motorcycle. We have only to discover it – and ride.” (My dream has always been a Vespa.)
Then I read the Introduction and found the page I photographed above. In honor of Gloria Steinem, who has been my lifelong inspiration, we will no longer have comments. We will have an open space for your story on every page.