Today is the fourth day of five days of January’s Open Write at http://www.ethicalela.com. Each month, this writing group gathers to write and give positive feedback to at least three other writers. Please join us! Here is the direct link, where you can read about today’s host, Glenda Funk of Idaho, and the inspiration she brings in her prompt.
It’s also Tuesday, when Two Writing Teachers invite Slice of Life stories. We’re gearing up for writing every day during the month of March. You can read more about the Slice of Life Challenge and share your own blog and read others here.
Glenda invites us to write poems about women today – empowering women! I recently finished reading On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen King, where I learned that, not surprisingly, his wife paved the way to his success – – (and that he believes the road to hell is paved in peppered adverbs).
The Crown of the King what kind of woman retrieves wadded papers reclaims the "trash" reads his manuscript redirects his steps ....his catapulting masterpiece .....his claim to fame Carrie the kind of woman who is the reason he is who he is the kind of woman who is the wind beneath the wings of an all-time great (because it does take a woman) Cheers for Tabitha King!