The Kiss

The Daily Post—WP Monday It’s awkward to know when it’s right to take that first kiss. From the moment I saw Frazier, kissing him was all I could think about. No, he wasn’t the type I’d envisioned myself falling for. He wasn’t movie star handsome or body-builder athletic, but there was a magnetic power in […]

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Show vs. Tell #RRBC #RWISA

Ever hear a writing expert caution, “Show don’t tell!” Rarely do they show you what they mean. Author Jan Sikes shares examples that illustrate how to show instead of tell. via Show vs. Tell #RRBC #RWISA

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Out On A Limb

The Word Press Daily Post prompt is BRANCH. Thus, Out On A Limb An infomercial played in the background while Constance made lunch for Jude, her husband, and she wondered if she should pay it more attention. The sponsor was selling a safety vest she had considered wearing while renovating the house she’d just bought. […]

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Relocate—The Witness Protection Program

The Daily Post prompt—RELOCATE This was the part about meeting people that Lizzie found difficult. No matter how much she told them, they always wanted more. Where are you from? What side of town? What schools did you attend? They didn’t need the details of her life, but if she didn’t share, they assumed there […]

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Mushrooms May Delay Age-related Illnesses

WP The Daily Post—MUSHROOM Do you want to live into your seventies, eighties, nineties, free of the illnesses that are expected to plague old people? If you’re like me, your ears are attuned to information about richer, longer lives. I had my children later in life, after enjoying freedom and pursuing professional success into my thirties. […]

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