moving to cooler climates
the heat of the night
As always, Leave a Comment with what you get if you’d like my response to it–let me […]
Gorilla Girl enjoyed interviewing Ann as August’s Author of the Month and learning how she weaves together mystery and memoir from faraway places. Meditating Murder is the first book in her series featuring David Markam, a Foreign Service Officer with the State Department. It is set on California’s Mendocino Coast in an […]
A few quotes serve us as prompts on this first hot day of August:
“When people went on vacation, they shed their home skins, thought they could be a new person.”
-Aimee Friedman, Sea Change
“The sky broke like an egg into full sunset and the water caught fire.”
-Pamela Hansford […]
Too hot to work up a writing sweat? Let these suggestions roll around in your mind, like ice cubes in a tall drink of inspiration.
Leos I have known
A surprise invitation
Earth seen from afar
If you get anything you’d like posted […]
Welcome to the Trinity Writing Group, based on the AWA method and following their practices, listed below, to establish a safe environment where everyone is free to explore within their own writing and listen to each other with respect.
1. Everyone’s writing, including the leader’s, is treated with equal respect and value.
This week’s writing prompts ask for your Day at the Fair stories:
A memorable day at the fair
Favorite food at the fair
Favorite ride at the fair
Favorite exhibit at the fair
Here’s what I got at Trinity Writing Group:
My favorite food at the fair is a corn dog. […]
For the featured Author of the Month, Gorilla Girl Ink got to interview well-known author A. K. Buckroth, whose books speak to the theme of understanding diabetes and how to deal with it. One in eleven Americans is diabetic and this topic truly deserves attention.
Q: I see you’ve been honored […]
1. Candles on the American cake
2. Advice given
3. Comfort foods
We the people should have had 242 candles on our cake yesterday:
2018 minus 1776 = 242
Onward American Writers!
Let your inner eye survey the blooming and buzzing outdoors and light on a writing prompt:
1. Swelling green tomatoes
2. Darting hummingbirds
3. A rusted wheelbarrow
4. Dark and moist soil
Write along with the Trinity Cathedral Writers for 30 minutes and let us know how it went for you, if you please.
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