I’m struggling with both allergies and some kind of stomach bug, so don’t come too close.
I am tempted to ramble on in horrifying detail about the various sensations and infestations and colonies of bacteria all busy breeding a world under my skin, but frankly, I don’t have the energy. I’m going to post this blog and curl up with a nice tome about 18th-century surgical techniques.
Be sure to read this interview with poet/photographer/picture book wizard, Charles R. Smith Jr.
Do you have any thoughts about this map of book banning and challenges?
Today’s advice: "Stay away from all other human beings because they will just make you sick." Me
Today’s writing advice: "Keep away from people who belittle your ambitions." Mark Twain
(If you are in the mood for an essay, compare and contrast today’s two quotes.)
Today’s prompt: (This is a good one. Feeling like something the cat threw up inspires me.)
2. Write your own version of it.
3. Start with "Once upon a time…" (Read the opening to my book, Prom, if you want.)
4. Write a modern and or twisted version of the story.
Extra Bonus Points: Keep it under 750 words and set it in picture book format.
Crown of Gold Award: Illustrate it, too.