Happy Fifth Monday of the Month! Sorry–my bad. Hardly something to celebrate–unless you’re looking for an informative and entertaining resource to help you write your own novel. Then you’re in the right place, friend.
One of my favorite Seinfeld episodes is “The Sniffling Accountant” in which Jerry worries his accountant is a coke-head and will blow through his investments, literally. The subplot involves Elaine breaking up with a boyfriend over his failure to use an exclamation point. Seems pretty petty? Well, maybe not.
It’s another Manic Monday and you need to get your #creativity flowing. Here are three funky prompts to kick off your week. Maybe one will stimulate a new story, or help you when your creative wheels are stuck in the mud. Remember, freewriting is a balls to the wall, anything goes exercise. Let your freak … More Foxy Writing Prompts ~January #creativity
I grew up in Minnesota with a sister who was five years older than me, a mother who regarded me as an accessory, and a dad who traveled for business. And then we moved to Maryland, but our new home wasn’t friendly like the Midwest. As far has having a sister went, the age gap … More Writers, Artists, Musicians, Players and Loners
There’s a popular saying, “Everything old is new again.” Perhaps that has something to do with paradigms. A paradigm is a model, template, archetype or blueprint. But where did the paradigm come from in the first place? According to author, Messianic Rabbi, Pastor and Biblical scholar, Jonathan Cahn, biblical history from over three-thousand years ago has … More Foxy Bibliophile: The Paradigm