Reposts/Reblog Shares

Reblog Share: Chelsea’s “A Pregnancy Poem” (Motherhood Blog)

 

Check out Chelsea’s other blog, Arcians, all about the adventures of raising tiny humans and navigating that thing called motherhood. Cheers. ☺️🍼

I Didn't Want to Be a Mother

Sitting in the kitchen,
Wond’ring at the food;
Knowing I should eat some
But I’m just not in the mood.

Later, in the bathroom,
Staring at my mien;
Looking for The Pregnant Glow
But only seeing sheen.

Somehow I daily make it,
Through a nause’us haze
Knowing that it’s not that bad
And there’re only 182 more days…

michalina-1264044-unsplash.jpg

Photo Credit:
Michalina

©2019 Chelsea Owens

View original post

Contests Held, Reposts/Reblog Shares

Creativity Contest: We’re Going Treasure Hunting (Closed)

 

There’s still time to take a crack at this excellent writing prompt. Two writers took us on adventures and their links are below. Cheers!

Peregrine Arc

I’m experimenting with these contest things, trying to think of ways to get creativity flowing, imaginations growing and neurotransmitter reward paths triggered. Er, I mean, I want you to have fun. Right? Right!

So this week, I want you to imagine you come across a treasure chest. The setting and circumstances are yours to invent. But you need to tell the reader what’s inside…eventually. Build up a little intensity; spice it with anticipation or season with mystery. Do your thing and we’ll read it. We’re looking forward to what the treasure chest reveals for you.

The rules are below. No winners/losers this week; we’re just swimming in the sea of creativity. Pass the conch shell, would you? I need to sharpen my pencil.

While you’re here, hit subscribe and stick around for awhile. We’d love to have you.

View original post 137 more words

Writing: I've Got Gadgets and Gizmos a Plenty...

Lifting up Writers: Leave and Read an Encouraging Comment

Writing, at least in the first stages, is often a solitary work. Frustration, anger and slow progress all join the party for writers at one point or another. Sometimes you stare at the pages and wonder if you ever properly learned your language. Other days, you forget how to spell your name, pronounce your novel’s title, or even how to properly pee.

Continue reading “Lifting up Writers: Leave and Read an Encouraging Comment”