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Today, the baby, the presidential scholar, is old enough to vote. This morning, he said, “It will be hard to concentrate when I have this very important responsibility to take care of.” VOTE!!!!!!
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(not me…..yet.) I have learned a lot about writing practicing Bikram Yoga. Today, in the middle of my standing straight leg, I felt a spasm in my lower back. No radiating pain. Just a knot. I tried to get back into the posture, but it hurt too much. Later, in the class, I avoided sit...
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So grateful that my friends and family on the East Coast are safe and doing well. The images are frightening! Special┬ákudos to the men and women who work for Emergency Services!! NOW I can go back into the cave! Time to get some more DANGEROUS pages done!  
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the word for the day is   momentum.   Stay safe and dry! Happy Writing!
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In honor of Sandy, today’s writing prompt is all about the weather. Does your character have a safe place in your novel? If so, go there. And then, change the weather. Let the elements add some tension and urgency! What happens next?
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When I draft, I cook. A LOT! (not just to procrastinate! It actually helps me write!) These tomatoes are slow roasted with garlic, pepper, kosher salt, and good olive oil. They freeze well, too, if you are like me and miss tomatoes in the winter!
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I saw this setting in color. Now in black and white, it evokes very different emotions. (Thank you, Alisia Leavitt!) What would happen if you changed the light in your setting? (Going to try it right now.)
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Monday’s prompt: What are your named characters’ FLAWS? How do those flaws create obstacles for all your characters?  
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About Sarah

Sarah Aronson holds an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Vermont College of Fine Arts. She is the author of one picture book, The Princess and the Pea: A Very Short Pop-Up, and three novels: Head Case, Beyond Lucky, Believe, and The Wish List.