Thanks to my top Entrecard Droppers for January 2009.Take some time to read these wonderful blogs. Flitting on Fiction Caught In The Stream Sharp Words The Virtual Dime Museum West of Mars – the Meet and Greet Daisy Bookworm Chicago Continue reading Thanks to top droppers!
This is a photo mosaic I did for school using photos of Ireland I took last spring. Inspired by my grandmother’s words all the photos represent places she talked about in her journals. “Happiness is neither virtue nor pleasure nor Continue reading Photo Mosaic for Margaret Lyons Kennelly
This altered ad is from Artella, my favorite creativity website. If you’d like to become an Artella affliate click here and then scroll down to the end of the page for the affliate link or just check out this FREE Continue reading Go For It!
The reason 99% of all stories written are not bought by editors is very simple. Editors never buy manuscripts that are left on the closet shelf at home.John W. Campbell I’ve used this quote before and I love it because Continue reading The Closet Shelf
Any activity becomes creative when the doer cares about doing it right or better.John Updike I just found out that poet and Pulitzer prize winning writer John Updike died at age 76. His body of work, classics of American literature Continue reading In honor of John Updike
“They who give have all things; they who withhold have nothing”Hindu Proverb Yesterday I didn’t post because I was finishing my self evaluation for last semester. This is harder than it sounds. What did you learn, how did you learn Continue reading Evaluating Your Creative Writing Life
Tomorrow marks the official Chinese New Year, the year of the Earth Ox. So clean your desk today and get ready for a new year. According to some it’s bad luck to clean on Chinese New Year but if you Continue reading The Year of the Ox
OLGY's WEBLOG: Slumdog Millionaire: a MUST see movie I was going to post about this movie which I saw last week but my friend, Olgy wrote such a good post about it. I think she says it all!
“Christmas won’t be Christmas without any presents,” grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. First line from Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women  First lines. If you’re like me you grab a book off the library or bookstore shelf and read Continue reading First Lines
I read this morning that Elizabeth Alexander’s poem will be published in a book in February. But many sites this morning including the New York Times have printed the complete text of the inaugural poem. It was nice to reread Continue reading Text of Inaugural Poem