Monthly Archives: January 2014

Today’s Cliché


Setting: Elite guards who aren’t. Advertisements

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Wordless Wednesday #4


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Today’s Cliché


Character: Priests who go adventuring.

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Pinterest Test


This post is specifically to test embedding a Pinterest Pin into a blog post. According to the WordPress Codex, all I need to do is copy the URLs of various Pinterest things to this post as plain text. Hmm. It does … Continue reading

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Scene Starter #24


The house at 3215 Wade Ave. isn’t what it seems. There isn’t a driveway, for instance, and there’s no walkway to the front door. Sometimes your writing gets stuck. Let this scene starter be a little push to get things … Continue reading

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Today’s Cliché


Setting: Elves, orcs, dwarves, trolls, dragons, unicorns and any other race that has appeared in Dungeons and Dragons.

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Creating Random Writing Prompts


A babbling brook, a sailboat at anchor in an island cove, and a industrial accident. You can probably figure this out from my other posts here, but I love writing prompts. Perhaps too much, since lately I’ve been spending more … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday #3


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Today’s Cliché


Setting: Societies with no discernible economic structure.

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Rochester Writing Hashtag #ROCWrite


RocNaNo is expanding into the Twitterverse! From its very beginning this RocNaNo blog has publicized the writing of its members via Twitter, but in 2014 we’re making the effort to do more. We want to help all writers in the … Continue reading

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