If I earned a dollar each time I heard, “You’re a writer? I’ve always wanted to write a book,” I’d be living in a better house, driving a newer vehicle than my 2012 Mom-Mobile, and vacationing in exotic locales every year. Instead, this common statement both peeves and amuses me… It peeves because I’m laboring … More Foxy Bibliophile: Write Your Book in a Flash
Sometimes life just comes full circle. This is one of those true-life stories–don’t let the name Mrs. Mouse make you think otherwise.
Spring has spring and hopefully your writing is in full bloom. But if you need a fresh start, a warm up, or just a diversion, here are three prompts to get your muse going. Remember, freewriting is balls to the wall. No editing. No self-censoring. Let your freak flag fly.
It’s another Monday. Valentine’s Day is over. And you are over it. Here’s a few prompts to get your week rolling. No rules. Put your inner censor out of the room. Let your freak flag fly, 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.