Monthly Archives: May 2014

Quote of the Week via ~ May 30th, 2014


“There is a difference between a book of two hundred pages from the very beginning, and a book of two hundred pages which is the result of an original eight hundred pages. The six hundred are there. Only you don’t see them.”

~Elie Wiesel


Wednesday Wallpaper ~May 28th, 2014 via

Creativity ~Angelou Wallpaper

“You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.”
~ Maya Angelou

Weekly Writing Spark~May 26th, 2014|| via

“The two roads diverged in a wood, and I, I took the one less traveled by and that has made all the difference.” ~ Robert Frost

Life is about making choices, we all make them everyday, from what we eat to how we react to others.  Some choices are easy, some  challenging  and some that are heartbreaking and haunt us.

Write about the most challenging choice you have ever had to make.  Was it the right choice or the easy one?  How has this choice shaped, defined or changed your life, if at all? If you could go back and chose another option,would you?

 Reflect and write…:)

Quote of the Week via ~ May 23rd, 2014


“Believe in your own identity and your own opinions. Proceed with confidence, generating it, if necessary, by pure willpower. Writing is an act of the ego and you might as well admit it. Use its energy to keep yourself going.” ~William Zinsser 


Wednesday Wallpaper ~May 21st, 2014 via

Morrision Wallpaper

”Wait, wait, wait, wait. Don’t try to write through it, to force it. Many do, but that won’t work. Just wait, it will come.”

~Toni Morrison

Quote of the Week via ~ May 16th, 2014


“Writing is one of the few professions in which you can psychoanalyse yourself, get rid of hostilities and frustrations in public, and get paid for it.” ~Octavia Butler 


Wednesday Wallpaper ~May 14th, 2014 via


Gordimer Wallpaper

“Writing is making sense of life. You work your whole life and perhaps you’ve made sense of one small area.”
~ Nadine Gordimer

Weekly Writing Spark~May 12th, 2014|| via

“Discover how to visit the past and bring yesterday’s stories into our lives today” ~ Gillian Hovell

You are an archaeologist from the year 3014 and your excavation is believed to be circa 2014  (your city/town). Describe what artifacts and structures  you find; what do these tell you about this ancient society?

 Get creative, write and more importantly have fun! 🙂

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