This is a work of fiction inspired by the Everyday Inspiration writing course from WordPress.com. The one-word prompt was “choice.” It was published in six blog posts in April 2020. Each post was fairly short, so I’ve combined them into one for a podcast episode. The Choice What to do? She looked at the clock.… Continue reading The Choice
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… Continue reading A Letter to NaNoWriMo
Stand looking up at, The clear night sky above you, Hope and potential.
The sunflower shows, That the sun’s rays are echoed, In all that is life.
Words live in our minds, We add new ones throughout life, Faithful friends always.
Dear Visitors, A thousand people, Have come to my site looking, For entertainment. You are each precious, And I’ll never forget you, As long as I live. Thank you for coming, Even when I started out, You encouraged me. To the next thousand, The next one and the next ten, You’re inspiration. Yours truly, Hyacinth… Continue reading A Letter to My Website Visitors
Dear Books, During the last ten or so years, I’ve been hearing people say that printed books are on the decline, due to the rise of eBooks. I don’t think the trend has continued as fast as initially predicted, and I think that some printed books will always be produced. I don’t believe it when… Continue reading A Letter to Books