It’s time once again for the monthly posting of the Insecure Writer’s Support Group. A monthly twitchfest where writers poke their virtual heads out of their stuffy offices in hopes of finding their tribe. Join us. (There may have been a hint of maniacal laughter coming out of my mouth when I typed that offer/command. 🙂
Thank you to our fabulous co-hosts for the July 3 posting: Erika Beebe, Natalie Aguirre,Jennifer Lane, MJ Fifield, Lisa Buie-Collard, and Ellen @ The Cynical Sailor!
The optional question this month is: What personal traits have you written into your character(s)?
Hmm … the protagonist in the fantasy book I just finished has my same penchant for speaking when sometimes shutting up is the best thing. I may have this trait in spades. That’s the only one I’m giving you today. Can’t give away all my secrets, can I?
Time for some news.
Apparently, you should not park a car near a hungry gator. Noted.
I can never pass up an eclipse.
Hulk microorganisms who love gamma radiation. I heart science so hard!
That’s it for me this week. See you back here in seven.
Happy Hump Day! It’s the middle of a pretty good week over here, one where I’m finally going to see the new Avengers movie. I know, I know. My only defense is that I’ve been busy writing. Better late than never, though. Time for some news.
The bear in this story is not the least bit interested in the police or the open door. His blankie, officers, he wants his blankie to finish his nap.
Singing seals. This is so cool.
Proximity causes neural synchronization. This has so many implications for further research and for fiction. I’m also fascinated at the fact that it’s impacted more by pushy versus meek individuals. I heart science!
That’s all for tonight, folks. When I see you in seven, I’ll be someone who has seen the new Avengers movie. Equilibrium restored. 😏
Another Wednesday has arrived, and it’s an uneventful Wednesday afternoon in my neck of the woods. That sounds boring, but it’s not. A little boring is relaxing. Not as much as fun news, but that’s next. 🙂
The lady in this story definitely did not have a boring night. I’m happy for her and the officers that it was a deer.
Who calls the cops to complain about taco shells? I. Just. Can’t.
It turns out puppy dog eyes are an evolutionary manipulation. Smart animals.
That’s all for tonight. See you in seven.
Hello all! Wednesday has taken over the middle of the week again. Shocking, huh? 😏 I may have enjoyed that joke a little too much. I guess I should just get on with my news sampling.
This first story goes to show that some criminals are begging to get caught. He didn’t even write out California. *SMH*
I don’t care if they say the “zombie snakes” are mostly harmless, I’m running the other way if I see one of those suckers.
In science news, a little area on certain viruses may hold the secret to killing off the common cold. I heart science!
That’s all for me tonight. See you back here in seven.
It’s time once again for the monthly hop through the twittering blogs of the Insecure Writer’s Support Group. If you haven’t taken the opportunity to view the collective neuroses of far-flung twitching writers, you’re missing out. Click on the link above to rectify your error. You won’t regret it.
The optional question this month is: Of all the genres you read and write, which is your favorite to write in and why?
Hmm … I have written shorts in multiple genres, but my novels are in two quite different camps: fantasy and contemporary. While I love the ability to use the modern era, technology, and lingo, I enjoy fantasy a tad more. Fantasy lets me stretch because of the world building. So, not only do I have to weave character arcs and plot lines, but I get to imagine how those things are influenced by or influence the very aspects of the world that exemplify the experiences of my characters. And when that world needs tweaking to cause or impact said arc, I can adjust it. It’s my own little slice of god-like power. Mwahahaha.
Time for some news.
Dumb criminals meet blowtorch. Um…yeah. *Facepalm*
I think the driver owes that bird some seed.
Feathers came before birds, meaning we have to rethink some of our dinosaur images. Science blows my mind. Again.
That’ll do it for me this week. See you back here in seven.
Happy Wednesday! Today is quite an amazing day over here. I just finished my second book! Eeek. Now I have to finish my synopsis and start digging into my querying. Yikes! Time for some distraction-worthy news.
Smacking my head.
It is creepy, but I gotta admit I’m intrigued. Can I have a shot at this free house cleaner to judge for myself?
Last, but not least, volcanoes. I adore them.
That’s all for tonight. See you back here in seven.
Summer break! I’m done!
That’s all tonight, folks. See you in seven!