Today I had an assignment that really threw me for a loop. I had to write an essay. Yep, I had to write. You would think that would be a breeze for me. But no....I sat staring at a blank screen for hours!Why? The essay had to be narrative. Writing dialogue is NOT something I do on a daily basis. Or a monthly basis, or a yearly basis, etc. I had no idea how much I would struggle with it....more
Just yesterday, I hear my husband on the back porch, his boots stomping up the steps at the end of his day in the real world.Finally.This summer day has been bejeweled and bedecked with wayward neighbor boys who keep finding themselves in my home office, asking me to make mac & cheese or to bandage their booboos....more
Hey ya’ll – welcome to the weekend. As you know – we don’t stand on formalities here at The Liminal State which means that I can do whatever I want and you can come along for the ride, so in keeping with my tradition of breaking my own formatting rules, I have veered off the path set by my own carefully chosen title and included a couple of links that are non-bloggy…but there is a method to my madness....more
In case you've only recently discovered Write Nonfiction in November (WNFIN) or you're still struggling with what to write for the challenge - or you simply haven't found time until now to get started, here's another idea that you can still complete before month's end: Write a newspaper or magazine article. Put your pen to paper or your fingers to keyboard and whip out an essay or a reported piece of writing.
I wrote this in 2005, at the start of my blog..the blog that never really got a going until about a year ago...It took a while to find myself online and apparently it took me some time to send NPR an essay. I am doing it this month. I am!
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