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I am currently reading the book, “Making Habits, Breaking Habits” by Jeremy Dean. It’s a pretty interesting book so far and has some pretty universal truths in it about how most of us behave. I have even found myself laughing … Continue reading
Remember when Kramer wanted to do a coffee table book of coffee tables. Wouldn’t it be cool to have a book called, “The story of my mug? Here is the story of mine. I would love to read yours so … Continue reading
So, I just finished reading Jon Acuff’s book Quitter and feel incredibly motivated and incredibly lazy all at the same time. It’s a book about achieving a dream and reaching difficult goals. I think this is going to be one of those … Continue reading
I like to ask myself crazy little “what if” questions and see where they take me. I use them like tiny threads that sometimes can be knitted into a story and sometimes I just find amusing. Here are a few from … Continue reading
I was so inspired by Michelle Knights story, I just had to write a quick blurb. I watched her on Dr Phil yesterday (thank God for the DVR) and listened to her talk about how after she was freed she … Continue reading
I had this idea for a story about a whole team of “Dr. Kevorkian’s“. This a group of people who help others to die for a living. I started thinking about what it would be like to work there and … Continue reading
I am going to try something new. I love the old choose your own adventure books and an article in the Daily Post about polls gave me the idea. Each week I am going to write part of a story followed with a … Continue reading
Today’s DP Challenge is titled Unconventional Love and prompts… Today, tell us about the most unconventional love in your life. I have an ant farm in my office. They are so cool to watch and this prompt gave me an idea … Continue reading
DP Weekly Writing Challenge: The door to your house/flat/apartment/abode has come unstuck in time. The next time you walk through it, you find yourself in the same place, but a different time entirely. Where are you, and what happens next? … Continue reading