Writerly Things 5/25/2020: How Chores are Like Writing Traci Kenworth


Writerly Things 5/25/2020: How Chores are Like Writing Traci Kenworth Everyday, we do things we like to and things we don’t like to. Most of the “don’t like to” falls under the category of chores. I know there are those obsessed with their lawns (like my neighbor next door). He mows continuously even on days […]

Five Links 5/23/2020 Traci Kenworth


Five Links 5/23/2020 Traci Kenworth Writing: 1. https://killzoneblog.com/2020/05/thrillers-bring-the-light.html “Yes, this unsightly wasp with its ugly orange head and relatively large body mass, has arrived on our shores intent on killing innocent little honey bees and, indeed, the occasional human. But just when we think we are in the midst of a Stephen King nightmare, along comes […]

Writerly Things 4/20/2020: Should You Pass on Putting Real Events in Your Story? Traci Kenworth


Writerly Things 4/20/2020: Should You Pass on Real-Life Events in Your Novel or Include Them to Display Realism in your Stories? Traci Kenworth Do you add real-life events to your stories as you go along, and they occur or do you just skip as though they never happened? Once upon a time, as a young […]

Colleen’s Weekly Tanka Poetry Challenge 2/26/2020: Poet’s Choice Traci Kenworth


This is an update to an early posting. The first is a Haiku with 2/3/2 form with season changes. Seasons blood moon night erupts cat sees Storm Rising This is the 5/7/5 frame with nature in mind. lightning flashes pinkclouds burst across the nighttimesky reflections deep At lastly, 3/5/3 about change in general. a small […]