Weekly Writing Prompt — April 5, 2017 Edition

Writers:

I want you to pause for just a moment and consider just how wonderful and what a blessing it is to be able to do what we do — write. How incredible to craft stories and be a storyteller. When I meet new people and they find out I’m a writer, I often hear:  “Oh, I wish I could do that.” Honestly, they could; but, such a scene can help make you grateful for those moments of awesome that is the write life.
Also for today’s prompt you need to SAVE THE DATE of April 27. It’s a Thursday evening. 6 p.m. At the Black Dog in Historic Snoqualmie. We’re going to fill that Thursday evening with WORDS & WINE. This is what we hope will be a quarterly event, where we’ll focus on you the writer and your words, as well as special guests of honor who will be featured. In order for other partners in this effort to get excited about doing this, we really are hoping for great support from our writing community — writers, authors, poets, and those that love writers, authors, and poets. Let’s pack the house. You’ll hear lots of good stories, have a chance at some wine tastings and specials, and get to hang with members of your outer literary tribe.
Plus a reminder that our next workshop is supposed to be April 15 at 10:30 a.m. But, since I’ll be at NORWESCON, the workshop will be turned into some hard-charging heads-down writing time for Camp NaNoWriMo — or just anyone that wants to have some quiet writing time. So, be ready on May 20th to continue our Level Up Your Writing lessons.
Now for Your Moment of Writing Zen:
“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”
― Maya AngelouI Know Why the Caged Bird Sings


What did you Write today?
~Casz

Casondra Brewster
Moderator/Founder
Sno Valley Writes!
Helping Writers Reach New Literary Peaks Since 2008
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“But words are things, and a small drop of ink,
Falling, like dew upon a thought, produces
That which makes thousands, perhaps millions, think.” ~ Lord Byron

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