I am really enjoying doing the older prompts again, and seeing what writers come up with now opposed to that of years ago. Unfortunately, due to a link service that was hacked, we lost many links of way back then. Another reason to repeat the prompts!
Top 3 for week 482 by Marie Rebelle
I am not a diary keeper, and never have been, but I am always intrigued when I hear about others faithfully keeping diaries. It’s the strangest thing – I can write for my blog, but I can’t keep a diary or journal. But, this is not about my diary-habits, but about the posts of others, and the three I have chosen from last week’s links.
You will notice a general theme in the three posts I am highlighting – they all tell a story using a diary form. I love that! Without further ado and in no particular order…
Dear Diary by Jaime Mortimer
This is a story of a relationship ending, and maybe even a new one starting, and I love the way Jaime has used the diary entries to convey feelings and thoughts, and take the story to a climax. Literally and figuratively.
D is for Diary by Steel Charmer
She gave herself a month to change her life, to make more of it than it was at the moment we start reading. A month later her life is different, and full of love. A really sweet story of what can happen when you dare to take a step into the unknown.
Dear Dairy by Marsha Adams
Another story told by using a diary-form, is this one which happens almost entirely in the shed, and in the presence of Daisy, the cow. From trying to get his attention while he milks Daisy, to finally getting the wanted attention, this story is brilliantly told.
A spirit animal is characterized as a teacher or messenger that comes in the form of an animal and has a personal relationship to an individual. … The animal is there to provide “medicine” to the recipient in the form of guidance, lessons, protection, power, or wisdom.~ Goop
What is your spirit animal? Do you believe in spirit animals, or is this something you take note of and move on? Write about your spirit animal, or write a story about a spirit animal.
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