Tag Archive | psychology

Ooh ooh — me! Pick me! (Flash Fiction + Speak Up!)

Yep, I’m jumping back into this challenge. Thank you, Priceless Joy, for hosting Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers (75 – 175 words) and you, pixabay.com, for providing the inspiring photo prompt this week. If you haven’t heard of or joined this challenge, please take the time to check out PJ’s blog for more details and entertaining entries. ~*~ […]

Speak Up! Friday Quotes (21)

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.

Already Gone — Fiction

Combination of Jennifer Nichole Wells’ One Word Photo Challenge (Cold) and Curtis Bausse’s Pic ‘n’ Post challenge. Click on the links to get more information and stay involved in this side of the blogosphere! (Btw, sorry for the blurry image). I took this picture, but the story below is pure fiction. ~*~ Matt’s pulse quickens as […]

Tell Me What You See; Show Me What You Got

Have You Heard This Song Yet?

Click play…

Real Neat Blog Award!!

I’m honored to accept this award from Facetfully, whose blog is full of intriguing quotes, personal stories, and awe-inspiring crafts. If you haven’t already, please go check out this creative blog. Trust me, the visit and click to follow will be worth it.

Reblog Wednesday + One-Liner Wednesday

You can’t save someone who lacks the desire to have an active role in his or her own rescue. _________________________________________________________________________________________ Anyone who would like to try it out, feel free to use the “One-Liner Wednesday” title in your post, and if you do, you can ping back here to help your blog get more exposure.…

“That a girl,” He Said (Flash Fiction)

This is in response to the Flash Fiction challenge for Aspiring Writers (75 – 175 words). Thanks to Priceless Joy for this opportunity. PJ hosts this challenge and provided the inspiring photo this week (which I edited to fit my story). If you haven’t heard of or joined this challenge, please take the time to check […]

Izzy May I: The Write Female

What makes a strong female protagonist/antagonist?

Speak Up! Fridays Quotes (18)

I suspect one of my friends of liking me but I don’t feel the same way about him. Rather than focusing on that in this post, I wanted to explore the opposite perspective. Have you ever been in this situation? What advice would you give to your past self or someone who’s falling for their […]