Have you ever walked into a movie halfway and then spent the rest of the movie trying to figure out what it all means? It makes for a challenging viewing experience – you don’t really know the characters, and you have to guess why people do what they do – you don’t get the luxury… Read More »
Today i’m going to try blogging with my Android.
I’ve actually not posted this in a while. I have written approximately 100,000 words for the novel. About 30,000 of them were discarded over time – saved, actually, into a clippings folder. I’ve been struggling with the last half of the book – the second act, mostly. I take this kid from youth and innocence… Read More »
Rules are the same. First line is the prompt; the rest is the story. We have 10 minutes to complete a story, so there’s no time to go back and “fix” things. =========================================== Jenny always enjoyed visiting the shore, but she most loved talking to the fish people. There was something gentle and soothing about… Read More »
Have you ever done all the right things, checked all the boxes, filled out all the forms, signed on the dotted line – and still experienced disaster? I know I have. I know Paul the Apostle has. And I think you have, too, if you’re honest. Monty’s story this week was about Paul’s appearance before… Read More »