March 2014 – Our Write Side

I finally  got out of that nasty sinus cold, only to get bogged down with life. I apologize that this is so late going out. I gave everyone an extra week to respond to the last prompt which came from Ransom Rigg’s Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children: “I had just come to accept that…

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Due to the Professor being under the weather,  the Master Class assignment from last week is being continued til Tuesday, March 25, 2014 at 9 pm EST. This means if you were late or had something planned you still have the opportunity to link up, and those who already did are encouraged to link up…

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I love putting mixtapes together, and sometimes, when searching for appropriate songs for a theme, I discover some new loves. Sometimes, those are “forbidden” songs I wouldn’t put on my playlist because I wouldn’t want my youngest child to be singing them in public… Anyway, this week’s theme is forbidden love, and I’m telling you…

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Writing can lead to a lonely existence. That is why I am so grateful for my invisible friends that I meet online every day. They encourage, they push, they challenge me daily to be better, write better. When Kirsten Piccini, one of my loudest cheerleaders, asked me to participate in this blog tour, there was…

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Last week there were two prompts to challenge you. They came from Douglas Adams’ The Long Dark Tea Time of the Soul and Andrew Davidson’s The Gargoyle. “There are some people you liked immediately, some whom you think you might learn to like in the fullness of time, and some you simply want to push…

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Everybody loves to sing. Some people do it better than others, and sometimes, they do it better than the original singer. That’s exactly what this week’s mixtape is all about–our favorite covers. Now, I watch a lot of singing shows. I hear a lot of covers. Most of them are pretty good. And you know…

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Hello class. It was so good to see all the returning faces last week! Steph gave us such a great prompt, hmm? There were no restrictions in the writing last week, just to use the line somewhere in your story. The prompt given came from the middle left page, center line of At Night We Walk…

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Life…it takes us for a daily ride rich with surprises and unexpecteds. Mine has been quite the rollercoaster and our assignment for today’s mixed tape is “If My Life Had a Soundtrack.” I’m cheating just as little today, as I once did this same thing a couple of years ago for the great Mama Kat…

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