Articles tagged as writing
Stories from the Writers Cubit: The House by Seray|
By Sharon Brown on April 4, 2010
We have some wonderful stories that are being written by members of our Writers and Words Cubit. From time to time I'll share them with you here. The following story was written by Seray. Her inspiration was only the photograph of the old house. Please share your comments with Seray following this story.
Stories from the Writers Cubit: The Rocking Chair by Zanymuse|
By Sharon Brown on April 5, 2010
This short story was written by Zanymuse in the Writers and Words Cubit. The writers were given a beginning, and those who wanted to do so could use their own words to end it. The beginning is italicized, followed by Zany's ending. Please share your comments with Zany at the end of this article.
Stories from the Writers Cubit: Love that Lasts by Wren|
By Sharon Brown on April 6, 2010
Here's another story from the Writers and Words Cubit. Wren has been writing stories about all the animals in her life, and this is about her most recent love, Andre, the Demon Child, a Belgian Tervuren. If you'd like to read more stories from Wren, visit the Storyteller's Forum in the Writers and Words Cubit. And if you'd like to chat with Wren, please do so in the comment threads that follow this article. The following words are Wren's.
Stories from the Writers Cubit: Wild Horse Dream by Valleylynn|
By Sharon Brown on April 7, 2010
I hope you are enjoying the stories from the Writers and Words Cubit. We love writing them, and this is a heartfelt story by Valleylynn. Please share your comments with her at the end of this article. We'd like to have you visit us in the Writers Cubit, we have lots more stories there.
The Cow Jumped Over the Moon: A writing tutorial|
By Sharon Brown on April 24, 2010
It's all in how you write it. Folks will read it or they won't. But the truth is, if you can talk, you can write. Some of you asked for a writing tutorial, so join with me and let's play with words.
Writing Etiquette: You need to know...|
By Sharon Brown on January 7, 2011
As Cubits grows, so does our writing experience. Writing online involves legal responsibility. Here are some tips and a bit of advice to help you write the perfect article (and to keep you from stumbling after it's published).
What is a Genre?|
By ToniLeland on March 14, 2011
All writing falls into what we call genres, the categories that describe the style and content of a piece of work. We have about 28 genres and sub-genres from which to choose, but do you know what they are? Here's a list to give you ideas.
By Sharon Brown on March 14, 2011
It's never too late to change directions, especially if the new direction leads to wonderful things. The older I get the more I resist change; recently I took a deep breath and jumped right into the middle of a dream I'd had for a long time. Let me tell you about all the changes...
Memories of Mom|
By Larry Rettig on March 16, 2011
Mom was a great fan of crossword puzzles. Some of my earliest childhood memories are of the two of us sitting together quietly and puzzling out the words to fill the empty squares.