Devereaux Frazier and Beth Amanda are currently hosting the Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge which was started by our star writer Christine Ray.
Use the phrase edge of summer in a poem or short piece of prose.
edge of summer
but not summer weather
we’re not having summer weather this year
our weather is
on the edge
on the edge of summer
on the edge of summer sun
We live in hope
For better weather to come
Sarahs writing prompt for this week is My summer reading list is
Are you sure you wanna know?
Well, I am going to start reading a series soon, it will either be the in death series by Jd robb, or the hannah swensen series by joanne fluke, I havent really ever read a series, I also would love to try to get into the harry potter books, yes, go on, laugh, I’ve never read them, can you imagine that?
I’ve been reading a stolen life by Jacee dugart, and I also reread cathy glass’s book called will you love me as I love that one. I read two of Paula lights books, those were excellent short reads.
I am also reading just a child by sammy woodhouse right now.
I also have the new maggie hartley book on my to read list for the rest of the summer!
I want to start reading a bit more fiction, and I do have a few books in mind to start reading, lisa jenova, beverly barton, some danielle steele, and emma hannigans latest.
what do you have on your to read list right now? And what are you currently reading?
The writing prompt for this weekend from sammy is tinker!
I like to tinker with things sometimes. I am not that good at making things, but sometimes I do like to try! I also like just tinkering about with techy stuff and seeing if I can figure it out on my own without any help! I mostly always do figure stuff out after being at it for a while! Give me a few hours on my own with something and I will get it going or figure out how to use it! Tinkering around with things brings me a lot of pleasure! Its a fun passtime!
So do you like to tinker with stuff?
I am participating in Sarah elizabeths writing prompt again this week! Sarah writes:
A day late and a dollar short, but
the best way to cool off is
For me the best way to cool off is by drinking a cool bottle of water. I love water, especially when its icy cold.
I drink a lot of it. I try to drink 3 or 4 bottles a day.
On hot days, I drink more. I also like to have a cool shower if I am hot, and need to be cooled off.
What lets you cool off? What do you find is the best way to do it?
I decided to distract and do a Writing prompt…the prompt I chose is Outside the Window: What’s the weather outside your window doing right now? If that’s not inspiring, what’s the weather like somewhere you wish you could be?
The weather outside tonight is cold and dry, we had rain earlier though!
I am glad to be inside! I don’t like to be cold!
I enjoy listening to the rain pitter pattering off the windows!
There was hailstone earlier tonight! It was huge!
Tomorrow I will hope for sun!
How about your weather? What is the weather like where you are right now?
When it rains, it pours. Case in point…
That’s how I feel right now about the amount of rain we’re having! I know this is quite a different take on the question posed, but…rain! I mean guys, its almost May! It shouldn’t be raining so hard outside, we actually had a huge storm last night, and now its still pouring down outside! And I gotta go out in it, as I have to go to therapy!
Storms trigger us big time! We were so scared during the night, we didn’t sleep well at all, tossing and turning a lot. There wasn’t any thunder, just rain and high winds. But still we felt really scared, so we brought Nitro on the bed with us and snuggled up to him.
That felt so good. Felt so grounding. Snuggling him always helps!
Writing Prompt #15
todays prompt: Plausible
Run, or give a plausible excuse.