So, my husband works in hardwood flooring. He comes home with stories to amuse me. In related news, dialects are cramazing. World, never stop being you.
Spiders. No no no no no no no.
Today over at UnstressedSyllables.com, I’m talking about why and how to write a short synopsis of your story — all without frying your brain. Yay! Brains, sunny-side up! Come and see! ; )
Greetings, my beloved inklings! It’s been a while since you’ve heard from me here. I mean, yeah, I’ve been posting something every week or so, but those recent posts haven’t had a lot of meat to them. I know. What can I say? The reason for my silence is also the originator of this post’s …
Huzzah! My weekly guest post at UnstressedSyllables.com is live. This week, it’s all about that terrifying concept known as “be prepared.” (*gasp*) Come and see!
All new writing advice — some of it by Yours Writerly — coming soon!
Last week, I talked about having “good” days and “bad” days and what those qualifiers might mean when applied to our concept of “day.” Well, by most people’s standards, my last 29 hours probably deserve the designation of “bad day.” Although it’s over now and I am emotionally okay about it, I certainly wouldn’t enjoy …
What’s a “good” day? What’s a “bad” day? What if we gave up defining our days this way and simply made a choice of what we’re going to do with today?