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Strange Day – Stream of Consciousness Saturday #SoCS


Today is Halloween, a holiday where we celebrate the strange and unusual. We love to share ghost stories. We like to scare people by dressing up as monsters. We marathon horror movies. You may even be plagued by strange dreams at night (I know I have been).

Ghosts, witches, and everything weird, frightening, and scary take center stage on this day where strangeness rules supreme. So have fun and celebrate all things strange today!

Just go easy on the candy.

This short and strange post is part of Stream of Consciousness Saturday:


Happy Halloween!!

Have a safe and happy Halloween, everyone!!

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Life and Death – One-liner Wednesday #1linerWeds

A little something in the spirit of Halloween:

“The boundaries which divide Life from Death are at best shadowy and vague. Who shall say where the one ends, and the other begins?” – Edgar Allan Poe

This is part of One-liner Wednesday:

Happy Halloween!!

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Pride – Tuesday Use It In A Sentence #tuesdayuseitinasentence

“You’re not lyin’?! I can’t believe it, Leo! Have you no pride?!”

This is part of the new prompt, Tuesday Use It In A Sentence:

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10 Things that happen when you write a plot twist #writers #SundayBlogShare

Hahaha! I must confess to at least a few evil writer smirks.



  1. Evil writer smirk. This will appear as soon as your mind says ‘plot twist’. You will raise your head from your laptop or notepad and the evil smirk will be creeping over your face.
  2. Loved ones quickly leave the room. The sight of your evil writer smirkwill make those around you feel uncomfortable and want to exit the room quickly. Even though they love and care for you there is a darker side to you which they still don’t understand.
  3. Plot twist rationale. You run through your rationale forusing a plot twist. It will energise your story whilst at the same time advancing your plot. It will be integral to the plot and the reader will understand in time why you have deceived them. You know that plot twists are dangerous writing devices and are not to be used willy-nilly.
  4. You prepare to catch the reader off guard. There…

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Dogs & Books – One-liner Wednesday #1linerWeds

“Outside of a dog, a book is a man’s best friend. Inside of a dog, it’s too dark to read.” —Groucho Marx

This post is part of One-liner Wednesday:

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