Inspired by another prompt from Lori Carlson, this scene again takes place in an elevator, but under different circumstances. It should be noted that the names of the characters have been changed so as to not offend anyone. Enjoy. Prompt: You’re stuck in an elevator with someone from your past. Write the scene. I ran […]
Lori Carlson wrote a scene on her Promptly Written blog, and I thought I would give it a try. Prompt: You’re stuck in an elevator with an intriguing stranger. Write the scene. As the elevator door closed, a hand wedged itself in between. It belonged to a grey-bearded man with a camouflage cap. He looked […]
Hello, readers and bloggers. Let’s get right to it, shall we? Thursday’s #StoryDam chat on Twitter was great. It was about the writing process and how procrastination fits into it. Procrastination, as it ties to the writing process, is a result of putting off what we like least about the writing process. For me, the […]
Hello, fellow bloggers. So, another A to Z Challenge is in the books. I have to say that this year was tougher, and this is only my second year doing this challenge. So, let’s start with some ways I could have done better.
Good day, everyone. Hope everyone had a good April. The A to Z Challenge is done for the year. I had a blast doing it, but I’ll share more about it next week in the Reflection post. In the meantime… I went through the Twitter feed and learned this week is Teacher Appreciation Week.