Tag Archive: Writing

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Overwork

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My editor/friend/blog partner: How I think she’s beginning to see me: We spent 11 hours reading book 5 yesterday.   In the meantime, she’s been waiting for her laptop to be repaired.  … Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm: Midnight home work

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I’ve worked at home for the past 3 days and yes, that includes Saturday.   No, I didn’t take ALL my work home with me, just some of it.  For the rest of my… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Screwed

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Are you board bored yet?  If so, welcome to the 21st century where “a long wait” is 5 minutes. I have to say that although my boss is a millennial, and half my… Continue reading

Ducks and editing

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This view is from the backyard where Vickie lives, my background while we edited. Vickie promised to write a post…or 2…or 3…about her bratty ducks who think they own the place. I’m very… Continue reading

JOELLE’S TALES: FIRST THURSDAY OF THE MONTH #TMAT120 #WRITING #PROMPT FOR JULY 2018

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  PLEASE participate It’s not like I’m asking you to slather your body with $1 a gallon lilac perfume and stand inside a hospital elevator. TELL ME A TALE IN 120 WORDS    … Continue reading

Extreme editing

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I have 2 editors. The person who creates my book covers and does the uploading (as well as final edits) lives in South Africa.  I hope that she is able to recover from… Continue reading

99 word prompt : sketchy

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If you want to participate, here’s the link:  https://carrotranch.com/2018/06/28/june-28-flash-fiction-challenge June 28, 2018, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that is a sketch or about a sketch. It can be “A… Continue reading

3 in the morning philslopophy

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It’s 3 in the morning and I’m 2 brain cells away from comatose.  If there’s noting nothing new in this post, give me a brake break.   Today, I can’t even smell spell write… Continue reading

The Write Reminder

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If you write, and you give it up for “more important things,” here’s a reminder: When you give up what you love, you lose your reason for living. Yes, you have to work.… Continue reading

The life of a writer

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We live a solitary game, inhabiting a shell, wandering, hiding, looking for a purpose, or pawning our lives away waiting for fame. . I asked, “How do I win this game.” She said,… Continue reading