Tag Archive | daily prompt
I can’t thank the wonderful Priceless Joy enough for hosting Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers (75 – 175 words) and Graham Lawrence for providing the inspiring photo prompt this week. If you haven’t heard of or joined this challenge, please do yourself a favor and check out PJ’s blog for more details and entertaining entries. You won’t regret […]
Shh, don’t tell Lillian she’s fat . . . right? Wrong. “I am fat,” Lillian Bustle said on TED Talks. “I happen to use this word as a self-descriptor. And I don’t say it to put myself down.
Hey, everyone. How’s today treating you so far? My grandma, who I didn’t get the chance to know as much as I would’ve loved to, (she lived in another country), passed away last Monday.
Skinny Hate “Yes, I am a skinny girl; no, that doesn’t mean I’m not a ‘real woman’” (anonymous). What are your thoughts about this? (This is also in response to the Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Revisited.”)
This is my Thursday feature combined with The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “A Mystery Wrapped in an Enigma”: Tell us something most people probably don’t know about you.
Also in response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Fill In the Blank.” Three people walk into a bar . . . and have a deep conversation with yours truly. We’ve talked about what makes an effective book cover, to us, in this post. But the conversation didn’t tip all the way over to what we’d like for our own book covers.