Monthly Archives: August 2016

Wrap-ups and goals – August report

It is the last Friday of August already, time again for the monthly blog hop Do You Have Goals, hosted by Misha Gericke and Beth Fred. Here is what’s happened with my writing since the last update. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Short stories … Continue reading

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WEP: my mother’s flowers

For this blog hop, Yolanda Renee and Denise Covey of the WEP website settled on the theme of gardens. It is such an all-inclusive theme, it could inspire hundreds of different interpretations, both fiction and non-fiction. My entry for this … Continue reading

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Question of the Month – August 2016

This month, I missed the question – the blog hop’s host Michael D’Agostino @ A Life Examined didn’t send it to me – so I’m late in answering it, but I want to anyway. Because the question is a fun … Continue reading

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Modern vocabulary in fantasy stories

It’s the first Wednesday of the month again, time for a post for the Insecure Writer’s Support Group.  I talked about vocabulary before. The topic is of interest to me. Now, I’m returning to it with a new twist. Recently … Continue reading

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