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Wednesdays Visual Writing Prompt

Michelle Rene Goodhew posted another interesting prompt.

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Wednesdays Visual Writing Prompt

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Visual writing prompts are an excellent method to spark your creativity. They are a means of exploration into your journey as a writer. Taking part in writing prompts can lead you into depths of writing discovery that may have otherwise eluded you.

Taking twenty minutes to participate in prompts like this on a regular basis can unlock your true potential as a writer.

Good Luck!

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The Challenge

Use this prompt to think outside the box, to go somewhere with your writing that you had never dared go before. See what kind of magic you can work with that brilliant mind of yours.

  • Use this prompt to add a scene to the current book you are writing.
  • Start a short story that you can give away for free to subscribers of your blog.
  • Or just practice your skills.

It’s true that a picture like this can spark…

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Sneak Peek Reluctant Paladin Cover

I highly recommend this book by Jordan Bernal as well as her first book, The Keepers of Eire. If you like dragons or know someone who does, check out these books!


Here is a sneak peek of the front cover of my middle-grade spinoff novel, Reluctant Paladin. I am in the final round of proofreading, then plan to publish by October 1.


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Free Webinar For Authors Who Want To Make Real Money


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What’s Mother Earth up to?

Thanks, Eloise, interesting info.

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What’s Mother Earth Up to?

The mind boggles with recent disasters. Hurricane Harvey drenching parts of Texas, Irma not to be outdone in the Caribbean and Florida. Fires in California. Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Montana. At least two beautiful natural areas, Yosemite in California, and the gorge containing Multinomah Falls in Oregon, and an 8.0 earthquake in the ocean near Mexico and Guatemala with a threat of tsunami. The only thing left is a volcanic eruption.

Houston is probably not alone in its construction of a concrete floor allowing water no place to go but into buildings. An area, which Hurricane Andrew hit over 20 years ago has been populated with domino-arranged high rise buildings. The potential for damage and loss of life much worse.

I wonder if our divided country is up to the challenge of long term planning.

On the lighter side, did you know?

  •  An elderly…

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September 10, 2017 · 9:40 am

Heat: A Whine

My friend, Lani Longshore’s experience with out SF Bay area’s heat wave.

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We had ourselves a doozy of a heat wave last weekend. We were hosting visitors, and we knew that the forecast high at our house was 114 degrees. We decided to go into San Francisco, where the high was supposed to be 88. The forecasters were wrong. The all-time city record was broken as temperatures downtown reached 106.

We melted along with the city, then melted a little more when we arrived home and discovered the forecasters were all too accurate in their estimation of the heat in our area. Unfortunately, they were also accurate in the forecast for the rest of the weekend. Oh, yes, the heat abated degree by degree. On the day our company left it was a relatively mild 97.

I made us all badges to celebrate surviving the Great Heat Wave of 2017.

The sun’s flames felt a little too close

Luck and wisdom!

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Beautiful and Minimalist Travel Landscapes

I appreciate minimalist art. Do you?


Beautiful and Minimalist Travel Landscapes by Akos MajorAkos Major is a 43-year-old photographer and traveler currently based in Budapest, Hungary. Akos received his degree of Visual Communications from Moholy-Nagy University of Arts and Design (MOME) in Budapest. He shoots amazing travel and nature landscapes.

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Not headed for a solar eclipse traffic jam?

Who’s going to be outside during the short eclipse and not look at it, safe glasses or not? I want to absorb the energy but not risk looking at it in any way. I’ll watch an eclipse video instead.

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Not to worry. 60 science stations across the countries  have volunteered to take great videos. I’ll be cruising on the Danube on the 21st, so I was delighted to hear I won’t miss it entirely. I’m also too cheap to spend $500 to $999 on a Hotel 6.

Those who have experienced a full solar eclipse describe it as a unique situation where unexpected things happen. Matt Penn from the National Solar Observatory in Arizona, says, “The world goes still. The wind dies down. The temperature drops. Birds are silenced mid-song. You feel the shadow of the moon pass over you, and you really feel that something is wrong.” Oooooo, being a fan of the creepy, I really like that.

But my darling hubby does all the work of trip planning so that’s life. OTOH, these 60— that’s six-oh volunteers— who call themselves the Citizen CATE (Continental-America…

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Black Hills, South Dakota – Part III

Detailed information on this site.

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Crazy Horse Memorial: Respected Tourist Attraction or Rip Off?

I wasn’t sure what to expect from the Crazy Horse Memorial. A woman had told us it was more of a tourist trap. “Why pay for something you can see from the road?” she said. “That family is ripping people off.” It’s true, you can see the memorial from the road, but I had no idea why the family raised the hackles on the back of her neck.


Everyone else told us we had to see it. So, we paid the price of admission, $22 for both of us and only $28.00 for a car with more than two people. Those prices seemed reasonable to me.

Had we only viewed the sculpture from the road, we would have missed learning about the man behind the sculpture, how the memorial came about, and of course the American Indian artifacts and the arts…

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Psychedelic Photographs of Flowers

Amazing colors!


Los Angeles-based photographer Maggie West likes to experiment with lightnings in order to create surreal and captivating atmospheres.

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Beautiful Australian Landscape Oil Paintings

I didn’t know parts of Australia looked like these beautiful scenes.


Graham Gercken is an award winning Australian landscape painting artist who was born in 1960. He is a self-taught artist who loves to paint with oil paint.

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