NaNoPoBlano2020 – This was my first year participating NoNoPoBlano and it has been a lot of fun. Thanks to all the Cheer Peppers! By Shari Marhall – 2020
I don’t see myself as a hoarder but an avid collector. I pair it down.I use it up.I turn around and it is piled back up!Coloured pens, pencils and highlights galore.Notebooks and paper piled roof to floor.I’m chained to the grammar, punctuation and letters turned word.When it comes to writing supplies my reasoning is blurred!… Continue reading My views on writing supplies.
Would you rather write with a pencil and paper or type on a laptop? Would you rather write alone in a silent isolated room or surround by people in a busy public space? Would you rather write fiction or non-fiction? Would you rather be sucked into the world in the page of a book or… Continue reading Would you rather…
My mug is full to the rim with a rich brown liquid. The steam rises in soft scented pillows. It is a vanilla, fruity, jasmine odour. There is nothing bitter in the smell. However, there is bitter chocolate notes in each sip that fades out into a deep creamy nut flavour of coconut. Can I… Continue reading Choconut Coffee
So, I decided right this second that I am going to try NaNoPoBlano this November. It is November 1, 2020 and the challenge starts today. This is my first post of the challenge. It is my understanding that one of the goals for the challenge is to post something every day this month. The rest… Continue reading So NaNoPoBlano??
Use this image as a prompt to create a post and reference back here. You can come back and share by posting your link in the comment section below. That’s it! Can’t wait to view your posts… I am aware of the tugging like a quiet voice whispering in the back of my mind, write,… Continue reading Photo Prompt Week 17: Relic Writer
The Penis Chronicles presents, “Writing Together” My older boy and I started a comic together. He had asked me a while ago and I believe I shared our intentions with you during one of the weekend coffee shares. This is the story of how it all started, the beginning of our comic. My oldest boy… Continue reading Writing Together
The question: How does writing, in whatever form you use, help you? For me, writing is such a great way to vent, explore, and understand depending on what I’m writing. When I’m doing creative writing I find that it is a wonderful help for switching my thought patterns. It drags me out of anxious thought… Continue reading A Question
You have sat down to write after re-arranging your schedule to make time for it. Your pencil is posed over the paper, or maybe your fingers are posed over the keyboard but nothing comes. No ideas are rolling through your mind only silence and awareness of time ticking by. You strain your thoughts: nothing. With… Continue reading Finding it in the Quiet
We all know the days when life happens and you just don’t get time to write. Perhaps you’re a post-a-day blogger, or post-a-week, or whatever your schedule. Now there is a self-imposed pressure to get it done. For me, on those day, I am thankful for a stock pile of writing in various stages of… Continue reading Writing Interrupted