What can you do with a one-word-prompt? Esther Chilton has two great suggestions – a limerick or a five-word story.
In essence there is a 97.3% probability that any one of us could have three months or three minutes more to live with or without a gigantic asteroid, meteor, renegade planet, or star residue knocking at our door. If I think I only have that much time left to live, do I bother to plan … Continue reading “Writing Challenge: New Year’s Resolutions (Doompocalypse Redux)”
How many pictures do you have that sit unused and unseen in your files? Hundreds, thousands? Be creative and put them to use where you and others can enjoy them time and again.
Welcome to Always Write, Irene Waters. I met Irene in June reading one of her marvelous book reviews. We chatted a bit and I found out that she was interested in photo and writing challenges. She agreed to tell you about her favorite challenges and also what it was like for her to host a … Continue reading “The Memoir Challenge: Enjoying the Similarities and Differences Between Generations and Locations”
I’ve been friends with Yvette for at least five or six years and love chatting with her and admiring her photos. Her sense of humor and intelligent thoughtfulness augments the value of every photo she posts. For Example Morning Walker #1 (March 2020): The crack in the sidewalk is what grabbed my attention later when … Continue reading “Prior Commentary on Blog Challenges”