Category: Change-it-up-Tuesday

  • Time Gone By – Part 23 – Science Fiction

    This is a work of fiction. “What’s that?” Freckles asked, pointing to the steering wheel of the old car which had been mounted on the wall beside the dashboard. Something that looked like an electical spark was moving slowly around. “I don’t really know, but it’s not dangerous. I can put my hands all over […]

  • Shepherds and Angels – Haiku

    Shepherds saw angels, From Heaven hallelujah, Do not be afraid.

  • Haiku – December 15

    Summertime so far, In the future it seems like, It will never come. Time is weird this year, Pandemic’s on our shoulders, One day it will lift.

  • Haiku – December 8

    December morning, Warm sun in chill air speaks of, Happy beginnings.

  • December Free Fiction Schedule

    Because I’m writing a Christmas story, there will be a few changes to my writing schedule this month. I normally post part of “Time Gone By” on Fridays, but after December 4, I’m moving it to Saturdays for three weeks. On December 11, 18, and 25, I’m posting a Christmas story that will have two […]

  • A Letter to NaNoWriMo

    Dear NaNoWriMo, I’ve accepted your challenge in both 2019 and 2020. Writing a novel in thirty days has got to be fun, otherwise, why would so many people do it? In 2019, I wrote in private, so I didn’t worry about typos, plotholes, or any of the other annoying aspects of writing. I wrote the […]

  • Haiku – October 27

    Beginnings are fun, We start something new with hope, But change is scary.

  • 3 Reasons to Subscribe to my YouTube Channel Today

    Don’t need reasons to subscribe to YouTube channels? Hyacinth Grey’s YouTube Channel 3. My videos are short. You’ll never fall asleep watching hours of boring footage. I try for under a minute. 2. Be among the first to read some of my haiku poetry before I post it on this blog. 1. I love to […]

  • Shopping List – Revisited

    Back in June, I wrote a haiku consisting entirely of emojis. It was fun to do this shopping list, and today, I have another one for you, although of a different type. 🔋 💡 🔦 🕯 🔌 📷 🖨 ☎️ 📺 📻 ⏰ ⌚️ 🔭 🔨 🧯 🔧 🔬

  • A bit about December

    Today is Change-it-up-Tuesday, and I’m planning a little change for the month of December. For the rest of October, I’ll post a part of Time Gone By on Fridays. In November, all regular content will be suspended while I blog my NaNoWriMo 2020 novel each day. In December, all regular content will resume, but Time […]

  • Reawakening: the hardest part of writing

    In October 2019, I wrote The Hardest Part of Writing. There will be two more posts about writing this week. Tomorrow, is Writing Wednesday, and on Thursday, the writing prompt will be writing itself.

  • Surviving Site Changes

    A few days ago, I changed my WordPress site plan because I wasn’t using the advanced features I had. The downgrade had to both keep my existing content, but also revert to an older version of my website. I decided it was time for a change of theme, and I soon rebuilt my menu and […]

  • Only a Month and a Half to Go

    I can’t believe there’s just under seven weeks until NaNoWriMo starts on November 1. Every day, I’m going to post what I’ve just written. I won’t have time to fix typos and might even miss plotholes. I’ve created this page so I can keep updating you without needing to find and link to old posts.

  • Haiku – September 8

    Eight billion people, Stand with six feet between them, Each one all alone.

  • Wounded Bride Availble Now in Paperback

  • What I Plan to Do This December

    On December 1, 2019, I posted this summary of my NaNoWriMo 2019 accomplishments. On December 1, 2020, I plan to add revising “On Ice,” the science fiction novel I wrote, to my work schedule. About “On Ice.”This isn’t an official blurb or anything, but I wanted to give you an idea of what it’s about.It’s […]

  • Free Fiction – Lockdown – a story of love and courage

    Billy is nineteen, afraid of the dark, and trying to finish his first year of college. His adoptive mom has just had a baby, and Dad can think only of his new child. Lockdown, a horror story, is the tale of a young man who must keep his family together, or is that… alive. Posted […]

  • Please Wear a Mask if You Can – Haiku

    Over nose and mouth, To keep the world safe for all, Mask if you can please.

  • Nothing’s Blocking Me! – using the coolest WordPress Editor

    To start “change-it-up Tuesday,” I thought it might be fun to begin a new weekly feature using the WordPress Block Editor. My computer’s pretty old and a little “crashy,” so I use the WordPress app on an iPhone. The app doesn’t quite match the desktop version for power yet, but they add things all the […]