Made in response to Carol Early Cooney's Wordsmith Studio Prompt: Fairy Wings.
I loved playing softball as a child. I wasn't very good at it, but I always had fun. Doesn't this look like a girl having fun? But when I got a little older, I got a little better. I even made the all-star team. I guess practice and repetition really does help. Which is why I really should be writing and reading every day. I guess I'd better get back to it... Becca ;) Wordsmith Studio Prompt: Sport
Wordsmith Studio Weekly Prompt: UP
Milk? Or beer? ;) Wordsmith Studio Creative Prompt: Chill
Writing is not usually a team sport. It lends itself to the solitary lifestyle. Some days, I don't even change out of my pajamas, let alone shower. But this is where writing communities can be helpful. And I'm involved in a few. I'm a founding member of an online group of writers. We call ourselves Wordsmith Studio. It is a fantastic group that is always ready to provide encouragement, comment on work, and inspire you to new heights. I love it! I'm also a founding member of a local writing group, Wicked Wordsmiths of the West. We met through NaNo write-ins and word sprints last November. We normally meet once a month at the local library and share resources, short pieces of writing, and have fun writing activities. We are currently prepping for NaNo this year and meeting once a week to plan our projects. Once November starts, we'll be meeting at least once a week for word sprints to cheer each other on to our word count goals. And I've recently joined another online writing group, Writer's Carnival. This online group is centered around writing and reviewing. Before you can post your writing, you must review at least three pieces already posted. This ensures everyone is getting peer feedback. They also have tons of great contests with cash (and other) prizes. For another month, you can join and get a year membership free, but after that they will begin charging a small fee. So HURRY! The newest addition to this…
For Wordsmith Studio Weekly Creative Prompt: Wish You Were Here.
This is what happens when toddlers decide that the couch is just as good as the table for eating granola bars... Wordsmith Studio Weekly Prompt: Chip
Wordsmith Studio Prompts: Silence and Banned
“I’m sorry. I didn’t mean to do it, not really. I mean, I considered it, but the possibility of death was slight.” The full moon makes no reply. “Okay, then. Thanks for listening.” Photo taken for Wordsmith Studio Prompt: The Moon on May 24, 2013 at 11:44PM EST, with a Pentax K-30 and settings: 300mm; f/5.6; ISO 400; 1/640s. Flash written for Trifextra 69: Confession. Join the writing and photo fun! Becca♥
Hello! Sorry I haven't been around much lately. I'm in the beginning stages of planning my newest novel. I'm really excited about it, so it's been hard to pull myself away. I'm using the Snowflake Method, and it's fantastic. If you are a writer and haven't read about it, click and do so now. You won't regret it. Besides planning ahead, like I'm doing, it's great for organizing and mapping works you've already written, too. Since I've been focusing most of my writing on this new project, I probably won't be posting much of my fiction writing here. Unless, of course, I come across a particularly inspiring prompt and just can't resist. ;) I will, however, still be posting responses to at least one photo prompt a week. I love my photo prompts too much to resist, and they are a great break from writing when I need one. So, without further ado, and in response to the Wordsmith Studio's Weekly Photo Prompt, I say, "Drink up!" Moscato is my favorite wine, light and fruity, and just a little bubbly. Feel free to grab your favorite beverage and toast with me. "To inspiration." "Cheers." Becca ♥