Hello Everyone,Tonight's meeting of The Writer's Practice Group was a discussion of how best to create a space for yourself that is most conducive to writing. An audio archive of this short discussion can be found on the Friends of Bookshare web site. The Link to that web site is:
If you are unable to read your prepared writing topic from the list below aloud, please feel free to send me your chosen topic in txt, rtf, doc, or docx format no later than an hour and a half before the meeting. I will prepare it to be posted in the classroom's browser, where the group will be able to read it. My e-mail address is:
<mailto:mrenae@xxxxxxxxxxx>mrenae@xxxxxxxxxxxI look forward to seeing you at the meeting and sharing writing with you. Happy Writing! See below for the list of writing topics for this week, and guidelines for completing them.
Peace, Mayrie Writing Topics For Next WeekHere are the writing topics for each day of the next week for you to use in your daily writing practice. Please bring one to read aloud to the group during the next meeting. Remember to keep the piece, or part of a piece of writing that you choose to share with the group to something that can be read aloud in five minutes or less (no more than one-thousand words).
January 10 Write about a wound. January 11 You are in a motel room January 12 Write about acceptable losses. January 13 After midnight. January 14 Write about the horizon. January 15 It's Saturday afternoon. You're not at home. January 16 Write about a bed.To unsubscribe from this list, send a blank Email to bookshare-discuss-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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