Blogger’s Pit Stop #54


Share your blog posts on the Blogger’s Pit Stop!

Blogger’s Pit Stop #54 Share your posts, engage with others, make friends, learn from each other.Be featured, get backlinks, find motivation, enjoy the trip

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Who Said We Can’t Party On A Thursday?


Come Visit Dean at her blog party. Leave a link and find new bloggers 🙂

Motivation with Dehan

birthday-blog-party

The place to be tomorrow is right here, with me!!! Bring a friend, bring a post, and your well wishes. And guess what? You can ask me ANY QUESTION…isn’t that great? So write this date down and prepare to come and rock to some sweet Christmas reggae music…yeah man, we gonna have a blast!

OK, back to normal programming and I’ll see you tomorrow on the party floor. Spread the news because this party will not be normal!

Who said we can’t party on a Thursday!

Love Always…Dehan

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Photo Challenge: Poem – Italian Sonnet – “Cowboys and Indians” #amwriting #poetry


Thanks to MindLoveMisery’s Menagerie for hosting this week’s photo challenge.

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Credit: Elizabeth Anna

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Face so black, eyes green-blue, a warrior stood, 

In forest, playing games, children not meek.

On the faces of cliffs roam, hide and seek,

Cowboys with guns, face arrows of wood. 

Her hair is in braids, she’s taller and could, 

 Take out any boy; her face paint it streaks;

Black oil paints stain her pink dress as she seeks, 

Unafraid, with bow ready, arrow’s wood —

Will strike at any movement and set fly, 

Weapon which could hurt, but that’s life she sighs.  

Hopes her arrow might hit a deer — dinner, 

For a family she can’t feed, as a child. 

Only a girl, no parents but she plays, 

In this strange cowboys and Indian brave’s game. 

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©Mandibelle16. (2016) All Rights Reserved. 

Write the Scenes You Don’t Think Belong in Your Book


This is great advice. Write the scenes you’re afraid to write, the ones you don’t feel belong!

A Writer's Path

books scenes

by Meg Dowell

Last week, I wrote a scene that both surprised and amazed me. NOT because I’m the best writer ever or because it’s the greatest piece of prose a human has ever written (nope and, uh, NOPE), but because I never planned on writing it at all.

In fact, the moment the idea wedged its way into my head, I immediately tried to reject it.

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