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Tagline of My Life

In response to Jennifer Nichole Wells’ One Word Photo Challenge (Shamrock) and the Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Tagline.” Often, our blogs have taglines. But what if humans did, too? What would your tagline be? We think life’s too short because we wait too long to live it.

Day 1: Five Photos, Five Stories Challenge

Rodney adjusted the rear-view mirror. “Do you think it worked?” Evvi, his younger sister, propped her sneakers up on the dashboard and flipped the page of her latest book. “If I didn’t, do you think we would be in this car?” Her eyes never left the book.

Awesome First Lines

I posted mine, too! 😀

Izzy May I: The Write Character Death

The death of any character may surprise you, but there are those that grip you and never let go. Those that shock you awake, change you, or trigger a total eclipse of the sun. Just as every other post, this is subjective. Please feel free to add your thoughts in a comment below or respond with a […]

Book Cover Revealed for Harper Lee’s New Book

Originally posted on Lara's Book Club:
It wasn’t too long ago that word got out that the bestselling author of To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee, would be releasing a “new” book. “New” is relative as Harper Lee actually wrote Go Set a Watchman years ago. But with its expected arrival on July 14th, HarperCollins has now…

Premio Dardos Award!

Thank you, Kate, for giving me such a generous gift. Your thoughtfulness is greatly appreciated. I’m so fortunate to have the opportunity to share my thoughts, visions, and life. My circle in the blogosphere is shaping up nicely, and I have all of you to thank for that.

Speak Up! Fridays Quotes (16)

The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “I Walk the Line.” “It takes a lot of courage to show your dreams to someone else” — Erma Bombeck

What I Mean to You (Speak Up Fridays Flash Fiction)

A big thanks to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields and David Stewart for this photo prompted challenge for Friday Fictioneers (100 words or less). This is my first post into the weekly event, so I’m excited to merge this flash fiction with my own Friday feature (Speak Up! Friday Quotes) where I bring up topics that I believe need to be discussed (previous […]


In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “But No Cigar.” Tell about a time things came this close to working out . . . but didn’t. Would you like the chance to try again, or are you happy with how things eventually worked out? It’s that moment when you come across an art piece and wonder […]

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