What can get your creative juices flowing like a project! And support of other people!
I love NaNoWriMo – the National Novel Writing Month. If you look at NaNoWriMO on Twitter (or me, ’cause I’m retweeting!), they post photos of write-ins, where people get together with their laptops and typewriters and chalk and tablets and write for hours at a time. Can you imagine the energy that must be flowing through a room like that? It makes me excited just to see it!
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This is the beginning to my NaNoWriMoS project, and I would love to get your thoughts on it!
“Good morning, ma’am,” a girl’s young voice awoke Blanche. Blanche opened her eyes, confused, as this was a voice she didn’t recognize. “Who is that?” she asked. “Jolen, ma’am, I’m new to the house.” Blanche became frustrated, “Why didn’t anyone tell me I was getting a new girl?”
“I don’t know, ma’am. I only answered the notice a few days ago. I don’t know how long it was out.” Annoyed by this new upset, Blanche flung her sheets back off her body and put her feet on the floor.
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In the cigar bar, time takes on it’s own dimension. In a cloud of smoke, I sit in my favorite chair: plush and comfy, within easy view of the bar, the front window, and the football game. A large glass table in front of me on which to prop my feet and set my computer. Cohiba and I spend many a happy evening in this bar, and we had engagement pictures taken here. It is not unusual for us to make friends over this table, meeting a varied assortment of people.
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