September 2013 – Our Write Side

Class is well on it’s way into the Fall semester and the students are still rolling in. I give tribute to the fantastic prompts given each week to stimulate the muse. Y’all read some GOOD BOOKS! Keep it up! Now on to our last assignment. Last week, newcomer Ray chose the first line from the…

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I started a story some time ago based on a Scriptic prompt. I never got around to finishing it, and decided I wanted to share some of the story here on the blog to get your honest thoughts on it…. She stood at the crosswalk, waiting for the walk signal. A soiled and tattered trench…

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The bell has wrung, class is now in session. Quiet down, class. Our first assignment, chosen by Tara, came from Neil Gaiman’s The Ocean at the End of the Lane. “It was only a duck pond, at the back of the farm” inspired you this week. The turnout was small but worthy, each piece different…

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I have a “bad” habit. I tend to write to prompts (or from inspiration of a prompt) to the point where many times I need to go hunting for one to wake my muse up. Prompts are to my muse what coffee is to me, LOL. However, I finally managed to break away and write…

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I’m so happy to see all of you in class today!! I trust you all had a good, if not busy, summer. I know these past couple of months have been whirlwinds heading for Oz for me! We did keep the Master Class going over the summer and every single piece that was linked up…

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