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Yesterday’s Headlines (Look, Ma, I’m wearing a Dress!)

Many thanks to all who took the time to read or share their comments on Rebecca Rasmussen’s wonderful post, Semper Fi (In Other Words: Have Some Heart, Rebecca).   If you haven’t read it, yet, you should definitely take a peek.  Whatever your goals (writing or otherwise) you’ll walk away feeling inspired.

While Rebecca was visiting my place yesterday, I was off at The Red Dress Club talking about elements like “misplaced plots” and “painful dialogue” in Keeping Your Writing Real…Not Really Boring.

The Red Dress Club is a virtual writer’s society, and “was created as a place for writers to gather, exchange ideas and learn something about the art of storytelling.”  Not only a community, The Red Dress hosts a weekly writing prompt and link-up — if you’re strapped for ideas, this is the place to go!  So, if you have some time today, feel free to pop over, read my post, and then take a look around.   

That’s the news for today, or actually, yesterday.  Thank you again for all of your support — wishing you a happy and productive week ahead!

19 thoughts on “Yesterday’s Headlines (Look, Ma, I’m wearing a Dress!)”

  1. Just read your post at The Red Dress Club and commented. As time goes by, I discover that this blogging this is so much more than posts. It’s a real community of people who support each other, challenge each other, and have gratitude for each other.

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  2. Oh my gosh, but you are so clever with the titles!!

    Look ma, I got Alexandra to jump over here with the lure of a photo.

    You little rascal, you.

    Read your post at red dress club, and loved it, agreed with it, and got scared by it.

    So, I gotta be really really good to write a book, huh?

    Drat.

    On to the next life goal.

    xo

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  3. I would so love to be able to write fiction, and I agree with all you say in your post over at the Red Dress. I know what I love to read, and I hate it when words get in the way of what I’m reading, but I don’t know that I could ever write like that. You do, and I’m just plain in awe.
    Sunshine xx

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