My one word 2015

I have written about My One Word (MOW) in the past. The premise is this: you pick just one word to inspire you all year long. If you are a writer, the appeal of only writing ONE WORD in a writing session is seductive. It is, however, also deceiving. It's harder to choose just one word to … Continue reading My one word 2015

Tranquilize your (winter) writing

We need to take care of ourselves while we are spending endless hours writing at our computers. Just because the NaNoWriMo has officially ended, if you're like me, you have much writing still to do to get your project ready to see the light of day. We need to do things to keep our thoughts tranquil (OMG! … Continue reading Tranquilize your (winter) writing

Thanksgiving dinner for one

It so happens that I will be working Thanksgiving (as is the majority of my family) and therefore I will be a Party of One for Thanksgiving Dinner. I also plan to continue my NaNoWriMo efforts and so will have very little time for cooking and such. I do, however, love food. And, you know, eating. So, here's my … Continue reading Thanksgiving dinner for one

Perfect day

My daughter has this interesting project at school. As I understand it, these are the rules: Part 1: They have to write their perfect day, if money was no object, from the time they get up until the time they go to bed. Part 2: They have to write what they think their day would … Continue reading Perfect day