Thanksgiving Remembered

In just a few short hours my husband and I will load up the Patmobile and drive miles away from home to join family members for Thanksgiving dinner. On this day we will feast on thoughtfully prepared food made from heirloom recipes or newly found one pulled from Martha Stewart, Pinterest or one of own family's heirloom wonders. … Continue reading Thanksgiving Remembered

Writers, Readers and Hooks

Books, books and more books. They are everywhere: in the bookstore in your local public library, in your home library, on-line and of late, cute little bird house models are a popular in many neighborhoods! I want to read a good book, you say." So you look at the genre, the book cover, the title and a … Continue reading Writers, Readers and Hooks

Writing Prompts: Using Old Media Clips

Writing ideas are all around you but you have to seize the moments and write what you feel, see or hear at the point of inspiration. One problem that you might encounter is that you may find it difficult to narrow down and hone in on a specific topic. Objects, people, places, events and personal interest all lend themselves to … Continue reading Writing Prompts: Using Old Media Clips

Why I Blog – Patricia Fuqua Lovett

In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "Million-Dollar Question." Blogging allows me to journal out loud! I am currently writing a period piece (which I never expected to do).  So I am using blogging (1) to increase my fiction writing skills and (2) to interact with people who provide an important measure of feedback, comments and encouragement.  Also, … Continue reading Why I Blog – Patricia Fuqua Lovett