Weekly Writing Challenge: Writerly Reflections

Writing Challenge: Writerly Reflections by Krista on March 24, 2014 I have always loved to read and to make-up stories in my head. Some I wrote down, some I did not. At first, I wrote my stories in a little diary, but soon blossomed out to notebooks; boxes upon boxes of notebooks. I was probably... Continue Reading →

Weekly Writing Challenge: The Sound of Silence

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Weekly Writing Challenge: The Sound of Silence by Erica on February 17, 2014 http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/02/17/the-sound-of-silence/#more-69294 MEDITATION: SILENCING THE MIND I love and embrace the silence. I can, and often have, spent an entire day with nothing but the twittering of birds. I don't care for the sound of a TV. Some... Continue Reading →

St. Valentine’s Day

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/02/10/writing-challenge-valentine/#more-68832 Weekly Writing Challenge: My Funny Valentine? by Ben Huberman on February 10, 2014 What does St. Valentine's Day mean to me? It means romance; a romantic candle-light dinner for two, some new slinky lingerie, a dozen roses, new jewelry, a box of chocolates, and, of course, sex. I think St. Valentine's Day can mean... Continue Reading →

Daily Post: Weekly Writing Challenge

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/02/03/inspiration-images-1000-words/ Weekly Writing Challenge: 1,000 Words by Cheri Lucas Rowlands on February 3, 2014 http://dailypost.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/fort-point-arches.jpg Marie had never felt so tired in all her life. She, mechanically, removed the clothing she had worn to the funeral and pulled on a pair of pajamas. Her mother lay resting in the bedroom before her own. Marie had... Continue Reading →

Short Story: The Missing Boy (Conclusion)

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/01/06/weekly-writing-challenge-cliffhanger/ The Missing Boy (Conclusion) by D. B. Mauldin As I waited by the phone, my mind started to wander. I thought about how withdrawn David had been for the last year or so. I had originally thought it was just a part of growing-up, but what if that wasn't it? What if it was... Continue Reading →

Weekly Writing Challenge: Cliffhanger

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/01/06/weekly-writing-challenge-cliffhanger/ The Missing Boy by D. B. Mauldin I walked through the house, picking up dirty clothes, after everyone had left for the day. It was Monday morning and the quiet was such a relief from the hectic weekend. I reflected on the weekend, as I put the first load of laundry in the washing... Continue Reading →

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