Last week, I showed you all the library books I had checked out currently from three area libraries our family frequents. If you missed the whole 83-book-pile, you can see it here. This week, I thought I’d show you the breakdown of genres, and explain why I have so many. #bookworm problems Continue reading
To all the mothers in the land, I hope you have a wonderful day!
This week’s writing prompt is based on a quote from Mark Twain: The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why. Do you know why you were created and live today? Might it be because you have a best seller in you? Or a masterpiece? Or that you live a quiet simple life and bring smiles to everyone you come in contact with?
Last week’s prompt was about fun words, so for this week’s writing prompt, I thought I would use a couple of those and start a sentence and see what readers come up with.
Tiffany was discombobulated because she did not know the name of that there hootenanny, thingamajig, what’sitsname, thingy…
For this week’s prompt**, I am using one I found in one of my old writing notebooks I used at a Paddle Creek Writers meeting a couple years ago. I thought I would share it here and see what your thoughts are on ebooks now that they have gone mainstream and are quite popular.
This week’s writing prompt is based on this short dialogue with my then four-year-old: Mariah walked into the kitchen where I was working and asked, “Is everyone weird?” I replied yes.
Happy Wednesday to you! I hope it’s sunny where you are. Around here, it’s supposed to be another rainy dreary day… This week’s writing prompt is using the following sentence fragment: The kettle whistled in the empty kitchen… What happens, who is supposed to be using the now hot water and why aren’t they in the kitchen? What can you come up with?
I’m sorry I haven’t posted about my trip to the Tucson Festival of Books yet. I will get to it. I wasn’t anticipating my son being sick the night after I got home or getting sick myself the next day. I am still adjusting to the time change and since our first day of spring yesterday was in the 80s, not so much the temperature change. 🙂
This week’s writing prompt is on a quote. A couple weeks ago when we were on our train trip to Kansas City, we visited the presidential home and museum of former President Harry Truman.
This week’s writing prompt is a sentence: Alison hated eating leftovers; she hated cooking them even more.