This is a writersliftwednesday blog, sharing the works of fellow writers, poets and persons random. All re-blogs will be linked appropriately to their authors. Writing is no easy calling and nothing easy was ever worth doing. Support each other. Share and reshare. Cheers, Christina Schmidt, MA armedwithcoffee.com 1. “Poem” by M. Taggart via blog,Continue reading “Writer’s Lift Wednesday #8”
That’s Currently F*cking With My Brain. I think is the name of my new weekly segment. MTCFWMYB? That’s going to require some more thought but the concept is there. So much music is dismissive to my ears. Literally a case of in one ear and out the other. But when a sound does catch meContinue reading “Music…”
My fellow writers and poets. WordPress has become saturated, positively inundated, with overnight blogs with one main point of discussion: COVID-19. Meanwhile, I have noticed a sharp decline in your releases. I’m not calling anyone out, I am merely pointing out. You guys, I’m begging you, do not stop creating. Do stop from releasing. WhatContinue reading “A Pep Talk to Writers and Poets”
The eyes behind your eyes those are the eyes i wanted to see i’ve never met but know exist i sensed them watching. Everything never said by the mouth behind the mouth i could forgive i could let go words are …ironically meaningless. Your eyes, shielded relentless in their guard. Did you ever let themContinue reading “Eyes (a poem)”
I am a tarot reader and I have taken that skill full-time on YouTube.
This is a writersliftwednesday blog, sharing the works of fellow writers, poets and persons random.
Welcome to Book of the Month! My pick for April: The Color Purple by Alice Walker. Book of the Month is a monthly book recommendation, and vlog, series. Cheers, Christina Schmidt, MA armedwithcoffee.com
The simplest way I can say this, I am considering altering my remaining submission plans for this spring session and quite possibly for the remaining year. Some of you, like me, put submissions out in the spring and are already receiving feedback. Thanks to COVID, things are uncertain in all areas of business and thatContinue reading “Publication & COVID-19 (continuing to f*ck things up)”