Writer’s Lift Wednesday #37

A fuller day than usual and while it is the evening we got there in the end 😉 This is a writersliftwednesday blog, sharing the works of fellow writers, poets, artists (including photographers, painters, etc.) and persons random. All re-blogs will be linked appropriately to their authors and creators. Writing is no easy calling and nothing…

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Writer’s Lift Wednesday #36

It seems futile to release a post today. #36 may well fall flat in light of current events. Even so WLW is my choice, if not habit. This is a writersliftwednesday blog, sharing the works of fellow writers, poets, artists (including photographers, painters, etc.) and persons random. All re-blogs will be linked appropriately to their…

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The New Direction of AWC

Dear Writers, Poets & Bloggers: I had a long talk with myself about why I have yet to produce the next, and very late, Q&A vlog. The answer was simple enough: I didn’t want to devote the 10 or so minutes necessary to present what would essentially be boring but pertinent information. I want all…

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Call For Q&A Questions

I am at the point where I will soon be producing another Your Questions Answered vlog (it’s been a minute!). I have a decent amount of questions and comments (random and intended, much like myself) to work with already but I did want to post a “last call” as I’ve no idea when the next…

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A Pep Talk to Writers and Poets

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. What…

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Quarantined and Bored: Answering Random Questions and Comments

As always, your questions and comments crack me up, some perplex me (as you’ll read) and in this blog I present the best of the one-off questions and comments.

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The 5 Stages of Writing (Satire)

Please enjoy this moment of satire in quarantine from a writer’s perspective. Cheers, y’all.

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