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Promptly Writing Romances

The question(s) this week: Why do you write romance? What prompted you to write in the romance genre? “Prompted” is the perfect word. Actually, never in my life would I have expected to write a romance novel. Not. Ever. I … Continue reading

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For Whom the Noise Ticks

A Writing Prompt By Jeff Salter When I was whining to my daughter that I couldn’t think of a topic for our 4F1H “free space” week, she replied, “why not use your story about the mysterious ticking?” Great idea, I … Continue reading

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A Pearl Harbor Story Prompt

As our Hound reminded us yesterday, today is the 71st anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Whereas people recount where they were when the Twin Towers fell on 9/11,(and before that, it was where they were when JFK was … Continue reading

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Marinda’s Fortune

                                           … A Writing Prompt By Jeff Salter Okay, folks, in a typical writing prompt, the idea would be for you to state (briefly) how you might develop a story if you were to write it using this concept or … Continue reading

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No, Mommy, No- Don’t Make Me Come Up WIth a Writing Prompt

This week is a writing prompt week and we know how bad I am at those, so I’m not really going to try very hard. Since last week when we talked about my family member, Sir Thomas, I’ve gone to … Continue reading

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One Man’s Trash…

As the saying goes, “One man’s trash is another one’s treasure.”  Anyone who wants to dumpster dive in my trash this week is bound to find a bounty of old make up.  Some of it never used, but it was … Continue reading

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Whom Would YOU Select?

                                                          By Jeff Salter              One of the eternal questions which guys are asked – and it comes up more than you’d probably imagine – has to do with choices … of two very different female personalities.  I’ve heard both, … Continue reading

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Summer Writing Prompt

It’s Writing Prompt week on the Four Foxes One Hound blog.  Lots of people talk about the lazy days of summer, but I’m sitting here wondering how we’re already into the second week of July.  I deal with the CRAZY … Continue reading

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I got Nothing!

The theme this week is a writing prompt and I got nothing. I was the chair of my RWA chapter’s conference this past weekend and am brain dead still. So, all I have is this: Imagine a poor conference chairman … Continue reading

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Brain-Storms

                                                   … or Brain-Doldrums?                                                                By Jeff Salter              We’ve been in this group blog – my first experience, by the way – since Feb. 1st and every week we’ve had a theme of one kind or another.  All five … Continue reading

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