Add Your Touch, A Flash Fiction

The community “Add Your Touch” sand drawing event was considered a success for being in it’s first year. Each of the eight participants, ages ranging from 6 to 84 years old, added their own element to the picture creating this final masterpiece. I, Stanley Wrightmoor, was there to witness this event and interview the artistsContinue reading “Add Your Touch, A Flash Fiction”

Blank Page, A Familiar Poem

Blank page, sitting here, waiting for my touch… Words flub, ideas stop, sometimes it’s too much… Hang on, there it is, something now to say… Words flow, to the page, somehow saves the day. Sometimes a single thought just breaks through that writer’s block. Other times though, the struggle is real, as I am sureContinue reading “Blank Page, A Familiar Poem”

NaNoWriMo: Maps (write aid)

I would like to claim that my lack of posts this week was due to an unwavering focus on writing a novel as part of NaNoWriMo. Sadly it would not be the truth. In fact, I have yet to really begin. Oh, I have several ideas on starting but a major project at work hasContinue reading “NaNoWriMo: Maps (write aid)”

NaNoWriMo Day 2, Getting Started

So I am already a day behind on National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). I missed the hors d’ oeuvres, the fancy evening gowns of the kickoff party and arrived here late. What’s that? No kickoff party? Oh, then I only lost a day of opportunity to get this novel underway. Actually, I haven’t signed upContinue reading “NaNoWriMo Day 2, Getting Started”