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Writing Block by Darnell Cureton - 2d ago

March 19th, 1:00pm.- Its been a good start of the week. Made some new blogging friends and followed some great blogs with like-minded people. Took the time to comment on unique poems, short stories (my favorite thing of course)  travel, and photography.  My next posting will be the Sunshine blogger award I was nominated for back in December. The goal…
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Writing Block by Darnell Cureton - 2d ago

Originally posted on KaylaAnn:
Hey Everyone and Happy Spring Break! Any other teachers or students out there exhausted by this semester and so grateful for a week off? Unlike my normal blog parties that only last a weekend, this blog party will be lasting ALL. WEEK. LONG! That’s right! ALL WEEK! I’m hoping to meet some new bloggers and expand…
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Writing Block by Darnell Cureton - 1w ago

March 12th, 1:00pm – Still receiving comments on my last short fiction. That’s great. Question is what if I fail to generate the same buzz on the next story? March 12th, 2:30pm – I found the answer to my question in a quote from Ray  Bradbury – yeah, just write.
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Writing Block by Darnell Cureton - 2w ago

March 4th 5:00pm (At home after whiteout blizzard conditions) – Found an old cassette tape with mixed DJ music. It had no label on the media, but I knew it was something I created once I listened to a few songs. I had my own style of mixing and scratching beats. I’m finding my writing has the same edge to…
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Writing Block by Darnell Cureton - 2w ago

I call him JB, after the protagonist in my fiction “Anything For My Followers.” His grey and white fur blend nicely with the special made T-shirt that for years was called ‘wife beaters.’ JB, like me, loves Tees as our fashion statement. Make your fashion statement over at The Little Mermaids site. Here you can Meet, Mingle, and show off…
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Writing Block by Darnell Cureton - 3w ago
“Whatever I say is confidential doctor?”  Jeremy asked, not sure if he should continue. This was day 5 at the Mind’s Eye Health Center he voluntarily committed himself to. “Yes, it is.” Dr. Wooden replied. “Our sessions are held in strict confidentiality. That’s the spiel I give everyone, but I mean it. Now we were talking about the progress you…
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Writing Block by Darnell Cureton - 3w ago

February 26th, 2:00pm – I missed week 21 while dad was ill. Life problems have me in a fog. Nothings getting done. I see a mountain to climb, trying to catch up. I’m moving forward, working on the present. Better to jog down that mountain than up. Make the Impossible, possible. My goal for the week.
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Writing Block by Darnell Cureton - 1M ago

February 12th, (in deep thought) – Writing. It’s hard, but I continue because I receive support from the writing community.  So…The next thing I write –  is a thank you to followers. Thank You All For The Encouragement, 1,000 Times Back At You.
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Writing Block by Darnell Cureton - 1M ago
A/N: My story idea came from Claudia Bloods “Top 10 Badly Named Story Ideas” I commented on Number 2, Fiddler Pie.  Here’s my story – In the Kingdom of Cosmos, Mortimer and his longtime companion Ms. Estelle traveled over a winding cobblestone road which leads to the King’s palace. Mortimer ’s donkey Elmer pulling their carriage became entangled in honey…
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Writing Block by Darnell Cureton - 1M ago

February 5th: (while having lunch) While reading and commenting on blogs, I ran across a post that reached out and spoke to me and other writers. Carrie Ann Golden posted 3 Reasons Why You Should Accept Your Flaws As A Writer. I agree that flaws make my writing who I am. Flaws give my writing a fingerprint that identifies me. Carrie’s…
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