September 30, 2014, marks the last day of the #500WED (500 Words Every Day) community writing challenge in which I participated over the past month on lift.do. I decided to take the last day to look back and review the past month, in the hopes to extract some lessons from this experience. Continue reading “The #500WED Writing Challenge Retrospective.”
Mornings are beautiful, brutal, tranquil, busy, slow and hectic, and much more, varying greatly day today. This post is about one such morning, described in prosaic, lyrical bent.
Continue reading “Good Morning. #500WED Writing Challenge.”
7:45 AM The residents of 99 Percent Woods, a lovely community, woke up this morning unsuspected of the catastrophic news would change the life as they knew it. While they were going about their morning business, the local newspaper courier was making his rounds with the daily update from “The Chirp”, causing mass panic, traffic congestion, and increased sales of anti-depressants in his wake. Continue reading “Corporate Deserter! (#500WED Writing Challenge)”
If there is one stereotype about men, in which we are almost universally accused of by women, it’s the ability for us to express Love. Not surprising, when I looked at today’s writing challenge topic, a bit of panic set it. ”I have to write what? A Love Letter?!?” Sappy, sticky, gooey love letter… Well, here is my attempt at it, let me know what you think? Continue reading “Love Letter. (#500WED Writing Challenge)”
A few weeks ago, I received advertising on Lift for a #500WED writing challenge.