Raise your glass

Daily Prompt – For our final trio prompt of the year, write about any topic you wish, but make sure your post features a bookcase, something cracked, and a song you love.

Here’s to all the times I’ve lost

Here’s to every dream I’ve tossed

Here’s to all the hearts that crack

Here’s to someone taking back

Here’s to all the empty space

Here’s to taking your bookcase

Here’s to everything that ends

Here’s to all the twists and bends

Here’s to breaking every rule

Raise your glass and toast the fool

Final Trio


Alphabet Soup

Daily Prompt

Write down the letters of the ABC. For each one, choose a word that begins with that letter. Now, write a post about anything — using all the words you’ve selected.


Amongst Battle Clad Demons Emerged Four Giants.

Hurling Insults Jokingly, Keeping Like Monsters.

Not One Passed Quietly;

Rushing, Stomping Through, Ushering Victims With Xenarthral, Yammering Zealously.


Blogging 101 promted me to write to you

Using the Daily Prompt and prompts from other writer’s, is what’s on the menu tonight in my crash course.

Unequal Terms

I think a person being hired for a job should be the best candidate for said position.  Not a gathered item for your equality checklist.

I think men and women should get paid the same for the same job.  I think women need to ask for more, more often.

I think education should be free so we are free to learn what we want; not what we can afford.

I think people who hurt animals should receive punishments equal to hurting a child.  They are all innocent beings and the evil required to attack something that can’t fight back is matched.

I think people need to stop trying to make choices for other people’s bodies. I think every situation is unique and blanket laws and thoughts don’t help anyone.

I think I think too much and do too little.

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

Kim Harrison

The View From My Office

Ever After Writer

Writing Craft through the Romance Lens


Defining Intangibles

readful things blog

The search for meaning, one page at a time

Object Relations

"A Word of Substance"

Live to Write - Write to Live

We live to write and write to live ... professional writers talk about the craft and business of writing

Drinkers with Writing Problems

Literature by the Lit Up

Useless Book Club

J S Malpas - self-published author, reviewer of popular novels and creator of original short stories

%d bloggers like this: