Monthly Archives: July 2017

Writing Sanctuary at Martha’s Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing

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Originally posted on Brenda Sutton Rose:
The ferry chugged from the mainland toward Martha’s Vineyard. Seduced by a cool breeze and sunlight refracting off the water, I stood on the deck, facing my destination, blurry and indistinct in the distance.…

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Midnight Cha-Cha-Cha and Tabasco

Originally posted on Scribe Doll's Musings:
I am about sixteen.  I wake up in the middle of night.  The sound of distant crunching, faint music and the light spilling into the corridor lure me like the tune of the…

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The Writer’s Life

Originally posted on Eva Lesko Natiello:
? photo by Karl Fernandes “You do not need to leave your room, remain sitting at your table and listen. Do not even listen, simply wait. Do not even wait, be quite still and…

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Not About the Desk

Originally posted on rebbthoughts:
Thursday proved to be an emotional day or I should say, the end of the day culminated in one much needed release. It was about the desk, letting go, attachment, faith in humanity; and it was…

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Scriptorium

Originally posted on Scribe Doll's Musings:
Some people have studies.  Others dens.  Or offices.  I have a Scriptorium. In our previous home, H. worked in the spare room, and I at the dining table in the living room.  After…

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The journey of a thousand miles…June — nbsmithblog…random digressions and musings

…starts with a single step, and this pedometer geek is working towards goal of walking a thousand miles this year (thanks to the challenge by my friend Cally C of Great Britain). Although this pedometer geek has a daily goal … Continue reading

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Six Word Saturday — Scrambled, Not Fried

Ron. Is Just A Monkey Man It’s Friday and he’s seized in the morning with monkey madness; leaves his home with his pockets loaded with quarters for the vending machine. Two quarters buys a monkey sprawled on its back, scratching … Continue reading

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Another Drive Through Paradise — Scrambled, Not Fried

It’s a beautiful morning, I say. —Why do you say that, he asks. Look around. It’s beautiful, I tell him. I’m pretty used to this kind of thing. It’s not that he can’t see, or doesn’t know what makes a … Continue reading

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A Canadian Day

Originally posted on chocofigbee:
Today, July 1st, is Canada’s 150th birthday. When you think about it, it’s not a very long history–not like our neighbors to the south, the United States of America or Britain, Italy, France and other European…

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THE MEMORY BOX Gets Translated!

Originally posted on Eva Lesko Natiello:
It’s officially official! I am so thrilled to announce the first translation of THE MEMORY BOX will be Turkish! The foreign rights have been sold to the wonderful people at Pegusus, one of Turkey’s preeminent…

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