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September 16, 2013 | Author: Terry Gibson Aquabus, Granville Island, Vancouver, B.C., Canada (Photo credit: Curtis Cronn) How do I change when I am writing? With great difficulty. It depends on three vital points. Where am I writing? While on the Skyt
bookmark_terry · 1550 days ago

I saw you while you watched your love But a moment it was, a glance I seized like a common thief, snapping a photo without permission. As soon as I did, guilt left me stricken. You’re an opportunist, I thought, Always sniffing out the raw, the real, Feathe
bookmark_terry · 1851 days ago

I know I have been quiet for far too long. It will take me a bit of time to catch up with all of you but I have missed you terribly. What have been up to you ask? Well, slowly putting my life back together. I am learning how to be a working single mom. I m
granolagirl · 1920 days ago

So a few days ago, I sat down to write a post for WOTV, it was called Ah, these fur babies. I had it all worked out, but as I started writing my mind took over. This does happen quite a lot, whether I'm writing novels or features. I meant to talk about our
Elle · 1929 days ago

The truth about me is that I tuned in to Oprah’s Life Class for a few minutes today.  The challenge that impaled my chest only one minute in was, Are you addicted to your story? Impaled my chest? Yes, I’m a super-sensitive person so bristles sprang up
bookmark_terry · 2087 days ago

As February rounds the bend, I'm surprised at how eager I am for spring.  To me, there really hasn't been a winter.  As I say that, I'm projecting pleading eyes upon the screens of everyone who is tasting brittle cold at this moment.  Forgive me.  I've
bookmark_terry · 2122 days ago

  Thank you for allowing me good housing, warmth, ample food, healthcare and good health.   Thank you for my eyes and having the ability to see without them. Thank you for my ears and not needing them to hear.   Thank you for the gift of intuition, compass
bookmark_terry · 2173 days ago

During my teen years there was no doubt in my mind. I was going to be a mother and a writer. In my 20's, as a young mother I drove myself nearly insane trying to figure out what My Purpose was on this planet.  Back then weren't we all on on a quest "to fin
doreenb8 · 2180 days ago

Why oh Why? Giving has never been a problem for me. If a squirrel was sick and needed some blood I would probably be first in line. I have loved foster children and homeless people and cared for them in my home. Why oh why is it so easy for me to give and
doreenb8 · 2229 days ago

"Are you going to write a follow-up book about your experiences with triple-negative breast cancer?" A freelance writer asked me that question during an interview about my book, No More Secs! Living, Laughing & Loving Despite Multiple Sclerosis. She wa
AnnPietrangelo · 2274 days ago

  Being on the Verge means listening to my soul. Not only listening to it – really, really hearing it and letting it sing out loud. Releasing it from it's bounds – so it can ring true – even if it can't carry a tune, let it belt out a song with the enthu
AnaLewis · 2282 days ago

  I'm a woman on the verge because two seven-year-old cats rule my home. In addition, my assertive move to combat this fiasco is to get four fluffy kitten wonders to help shift the power balance, to infuse some clear reasoning on the subject. A few more fu
bookmark_terry · 2291 days ago

I remember so clearly way back then... Curled up in my closet with a book and a pen The ending didn’t sit well with me I needed a flashlight so I could see.   Before I realized; I was a mother-to-be Much too young I’m sure you would agree She became my lif
doreenb8 · 2291 days ago

    dreaming of true sisterhood women sharing talk about it to those who care women on the verge   no reason to feel alone hands reach out oceans apart sisters of the heart women on the verge   listen closely and you will hear kindness support laughter a
AnaLewis · 2296 days ago

  When I think about women who are leaders, I cannot help but think of those who are famous and get lots of attention for their works. Since they do not need any focus, I like to remember the living and breathing women whom the public does not know, and ma
bookmark_terry · 2321 days ago

As I've been hiding myself for many years, shying away from publicity, some people think I'm some sort of hermit. The stereotype of the reclusive writer lived on through me. Many of you will know why I have protected this way. Living in fear is not fun. It
Elle · 2327 days ago

I have loved as always being a woman on the verge this month. One of my Twitter friends described me the other day as a writer on the verge, thank you Mark. Loved it, he always makes me smile.   This month again was crammed full of fantastic posts. What an
Elle · 2331 days ago

Well, my new website is finally up. Still needs tweaking but it's there. So, yes, I did give in. I've created a Facebook page and I have my own site. Time to get out there, everybody said. I'm kind of private and was reluctant to face such exposure, but he
Elle · 2335 days ago

  One summer afternoon in Tucson, my CASA girl and I were driving around in Big Ugly, and she was enjoying a little channel surfing on my car's XM radio.  She hooted and cheered when she figured out that if you turn the channel to 5 – you get music of the
AnaLewis · 2359 days ago

Wow, love the new topic. Should prove very interesting. Words, I love them. They don't always come easy. They have so much power. For they can hurt you, cut you deep, very deep, leave scars no-one can see. But they can also heal you. Through words, I have
Elle · 2368 days ago

Ah, technology! Sometimes love it, sometimes hate it. Well, maybe not hate it, but... My editor (such a lovely man, no, really) suggested I changed the name on my Wordpress blog. 'You MUST put your name on it,' he said. 'You must...' blah, blah, blah Promo
Elle · 2380 days ago
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