“Anticipation.”


The participation within any race builds anticipation as you approach the finish line. Seeking something produces the anticipations of finally grasping and holding what is sought. Formulating a plot line, creating characters, with complex backgrounds and personalities to become close friends within the mind creates anticipation to complete a 50,000-word novel during National Novel Writing Month before midnight November 30, 2016. Currently, at 41983, and my prize … Continue reading “Anticipation.”

“YAWN”


What Bores You? I’m rarely bored but, in my past, public speakers who were unable to capture an audience’s attention have always been a complete annoying bore. I have books to read, a restless soul, a creative imagination, dreams, and a bucket list. I don’t have time to be bored during this lifetime.  🙂 WordPress Daily Post Prompt Continue reading “YAWN”

“B+ Weekend”


Write about what you did last weekend as though you’re a music critic reviewing a new album. This past weekend reading, writing, and the NFL playoffs were united with music across several genres. Beginning the day reading a couple of Kindle novel’s by Zora Neal Hurston’s, Tell My Horse and Tom Reiss, The Black Count while classical music played softly in the background highlighted by … Continue reading “B+ Weekend”

“State of my Year”


In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “State of Your Year.” How is this year shaping up so far? Write a post about your biggest challenges and achievements thus far. As the aspiring writer, 2015 for me is traveling along word by word, sentence by sentence in the right direction. My challenges are reading through massive amounts of information generated for aspiring writers. There are … Continue reading “State of my Year”

“Teacher’s Pet”


In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Teacher’s Pet.” Tell us about a teacher who had a real impact on your life, either for the better or the worse. How is your life different today because of him or her? I have known many impacting teachers, professor, and mentors, but currently in my life as I continue my journey and aspirations to become a … Continue reading “Teacher’s Pet”