No Daily Prompt. Hmm. Feels like a friend just dropped off the face of the Earth.
A friend I neglected most days, but always expected to be there if I made an effort.
I’m nursing a pouty feel just about now.
It always boils down to economic practicalities and blah, blah, blah.
I doubt any of the DP crowd appreciates the dismissal. Not really. Boo, WordPress.
We liked the community. We came to recognize and look for familiar “faces”.
There was a rhythm to DP. Now a silence has settled.
Hat’s off to Sue and Gerry! They are making lemonade out of lemons. I look forward to sharing a tall, icy glass!
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On Writing is written and read aloud by Stephen King. He fascinates me and I don’t want the audiobook to end. No re-read/re-listen will have the same effect. Not even close. What he throws at me has one chance to stick.
King recalls his storyteller roots from A to Z without putting me to sleep. You’ve got to be good to do that because my mind wanders with the best of them. Bad sometimes.
Thanks to King, I now see the adverbs in storytelling. They are everywhere. He challenges me to be judicious with adverbs, eliminating them at best. King admits even he can’t kill all of them.
The concept is firmly planted. I heartily accept this challenge. It will be hard to describe my way around those little these sweeties. Writing just got a little more complicated.
Oh, and King writes for the sake of writing. Aaahhh, just as I’d suspected. Money and fame be damned, you couldn’t stop King from writing if you tried. He writes because he must. Period. Exactly what I want from a writer! He is no lazy writer and puts in the time. Lesson given. Lesson received.
Thank you, Stephen King.
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Daily Prompt: Complication