Around the 21st of June in the northern hemisphere the summer solstice occurs, when the sun reaches its highest point of the year at the Tropic of Cancer, giving us our longest day. One more week of spring, but feels like the heat is on.
What can you get in 30 minutes […]
Gorilla Girl caught up with popular author Catherine McGreevy in this romantic month of June, when many brides are hoping to live happily ever after with “the one.” Love, though, is always in season, particularly inside the covers of Catherine’s five historical suspense novels.
Gorilla Girl: What attracted you […]
The fifth month is about over already!!!! Time is speeding up as always, the year nearly half over so soon. Flex your fingers and see what you get from one of these prompts, or combine them as some of our Trinity Writers do.
1. alarm clock
If you feel like […]
Today’s Trinity Writers prompts are short and invite you into a 20 or 25-minute freewrite.
Share here with Leave a Reply Comment below if you’d like feedback. Next week, we’ll turn to writing fiction in 4 colors to prepare for the UOP Creative Writing Conference coming up in June.
In this month focused on St. Patrick, many lively thoughts come to mind. Here are three to bounce off of, as suits your fancy:
1. What has brought you good luck?
2. Describe someone you know you will love forever and how you know that.
3. When did […]
Audioproducer Cynthia Hemminger brings to life the Irish accents so central to suspense in House of Eire: Hillary Broome book 3. The audiobook is scheduled for release around June 10 via Audible.com and other outlets.
Hemminger has more than 15 audiobooks to her credit, including 10 mysteries and thrillers. As soon as the audiobook […]
I’m so excited to be going to Moke Hill in the Sierra Nevada foothills for the annual Gold Rush Writers Conference! This is a small, intimate gathering in the historic Hotel Leger, said by some to be haunted! For sure it was the locale of many couples in years gone by […]
Wish I had a photo of the LCC panel titled “Smile and Be a Villain: What Makes Villains Memorable.” Picture a room set up in the hotel, a long narrow room. Seated at the front table are five imposing men of various ages and styles with one common dramatic element: they […]
The University of Pacific is offering an exciting opportunity for creative writers in and around San Joaquin County–their Second Annual Writing Conference! Friday, June 20, thru Sunday, June 22, 2014.
Interactive workshops & presentations will cover most aspects and genres of writing, from brainstorming to submitting work for publication, writing creative nonfiction articles […]
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