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#amwriting 99 word #writing prompt: The art of being cozy.

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“December 29, 2016 Prompt:  In 99 words (no more, no less) write a cozy story. What is it to be cozy, to experience Danish hygge? It doesn’t need to be culture-specific, but it… Continue reading

#Flash-Fiction 99 Word #writing prompt (Beyond): Why I meditate

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The December 22, 2016 prompt can be found at the Carrot Ranch: “In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that steps beyond. It can be a door, a tunnel, a worm… Continue reading

99 word #writing prompt: What’s in a name?

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December 15, 2016 prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) explore the importance of a name within a story. It can be naming an experience, introducing an extraordinary name, or clarifying a… Continue reading

#amwriting #SoCS : Should

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Linda Hill’s SoCS:  “Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is: “sh.” Find a word that begins with the letters “sh” and base your post on it. Bonus points if you start… Continue reading

#amwriting #SoCS : why #dogs are better than people

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Once again it’s time for Linda Hill’s #SoCS challenge The word for today is  “yes.” <_><_><_><_> “Yes, I have 5 dogs,” I said to the woman laughing at the faces peering out at… Continue reading

#amwriting using the #SoCS #Prompt: ho

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Click here to join in on Stream of Consciousness Saturday (I’m in a somber mood tonight.  The air is thick with anger as a nation divided has to choose between 2 diametrically opposed… Continue reading

Stream of Consciousness Saturday post #SoCS Oct. 1, 2016: awkward

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I’m trying another writer’s prompt.  Here are the rules in a nutshell:  Stream of consciousness, no editing (except that typos can be fixed), there’s a prompt every week and do a pingback or… Continue reading

FRIDAY #FICTION with RONOVAN WRITES Prompt Challenge #33-Favorite Food

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Pondering with Food Under a canopy of oak, chinaberry, pine and spruce that surround my house, I ponder people’s lack of logic as I eat my favorite food, organic Halawy dates.  Why do people… Continue reading