31-Days BYOB Challenge: Day 159 of a Self-Published Poetry Book
31-Days BYOB Challenge: Day 159 of a Self-Published Poetry Book I asked my beta readers for feedback. Here are some of their comments. Is the message clear? Overall it has a heartfelt message, but it needs more variety in its execution. Try using elegy or haiku. 2. Is punctuation working? Do you want a simplistic effect between the poems written from a child’s perspective compared to the mature use of language in others?
The Introduction to My BYOB
Day 2: Writing Your BYOB Book Introduction — On day 1, I shared my BYOB Project Framework in the Daily Cuppa. I used 6 basic questions to draft the components of my BYOB introduction. The same questions I used as a teacher: Who? What? When? Where? Why? How? Why write an introduction? The framework helped me lay the foundation…
Positive Ideas for 2023: # 38 Embrace Spring!
Positive Ideas for 2023: # 38 Embrace Spring! “My garden is my most beautiful masterpiece.” Claude Monet Spring splished-splashed her way into the season on March 20. She has engulfed California in a flurry of rain since then, with each day mingling into the next. This afternoon when the sun came out to play, I just had to go outside to my garden. It brought back childhood memories of how much I loved playing with mud pies and picking dandelions with my sisters. We would weave princess dandelion crowns and have tea parties.
Katie, my son and I always carry birdseed in our car.
Katie, my son and I always carry birdseed in our car. We like to stop at different places around town to feed them. This started when we got our first bird Swayne about 15 years ago. Swayne has long passed away and we have five other birds. In Swayne's honor we still feed the birds. Enjoy feeding the birds.