I am a writer, genealogist, a Humanist Pagan/Atheist, life long autodidactic student of world religions, history, anthropology, politics, sexuality, body acceptance, trauma, and healing. This blog is about my life, studies, beliefs, and interests including art, culture, fashion, cuisine, health, challenges, sexuality and more.
I participate in NaNoWriMo, National Novel Writing Month, every year. It takes place from November 1st until November 30th and the goal is to write 50,000 words in 30 days. Easier said than done, but you can get a lot of support and encouragement on this site.
Why not check it out and if you join, be sure to add me as a writing buddy.
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Recent Blog Posts
Write a 100 word story using the phrase “Kinky love triangle”. She knelt between the two of them. They both wanted her. She wanted them both and wasn’t able to choose between them, so she didn’t. She topped from the bottom and announced she would have them both or nothing at all. She would leaveContinue reading “TMI Tuesday: May 10, 2022: Wild”
I’m old enough to remember when birth control was not available for married women, let alone a single teenage girl. There were condoms, but there was a specific stigma attached to using them. Abortion, of course, was illegal, but nothing could ban it. Unwanted pregnancy was the sole responsibility of girls and women. Men andContinue reading “Abortion Rights”
Tunes as Muse: Take two of your favorite songs, and match up a line from the chorus of one with a line from the chorus of the other. Then, write a scene that starts with the first lyric, and ends with the second. I did this a bit differently. I took lines out of twoContinue reading “Prompts, Words and Pictures: Poetry from Songs”