Creative fun in
the palm of your hand.
Printed from https://www.writing.com/main/newsletters/action/archives/id/10234-Breaking-Free.html
Contests & Activities: June 24, 2020 Issue [#10234]

 This week: Breaking Free
  Edited by: Nikola
                             More Newsletters By This Editor  

Table of Contents

1. About this Newsletter
2. A Word from our Sponsor
3. Letter from the Editor
4. Editor's Picks
5. A Word from Writing.Com
6. Ask & Answer
7. Removal instructions

About This Newsletter

Explore the world with new eyes. Use your senses to enhance your writing.

Word from our sponsor

Letter from the editor

I hope everyone is doing well!

With the world beginning to reopen after the Vivid scare people are getting out. Have you ventured out yet? I have!

A few weeks ago, two friends and I decided to take a drive. They picked me up at 1:30 that afternoon and we just picked a highway. Now I live in Texas so we had a lot of places to choose from. We chose south. The only stops we made we for food, gas, bathroom and smoking breaks. We just drove. I saw a lot of Texas that I'd never seen before. It is a beautiful state!
We hit Fredricksburg around 8:30, a bit too late to get in to one of their signature German restaurants so we ended up at a fast food place. By then it was time to head home. We drove through the outskirts of San Antonio and Austin before finally heading back north. I got home at 3:30 in the morning. We drove a total of 707 miles, all while remaining in the state.

Why did I tell you this? Because even though we didn't stop and be tourists there was plenty to fill my senses with writing material. The beauty of the Texas Hill country and Austin at night. The feel of the road under the pickup wheels and feel of the air conditioning. The sound of the music on the stereo and conversation with good friends.

Even in a limited capacity once you get out all those things seem more vibrant. We've taken a few more, shorter road trips since and I hold memories from each to use in my writing.

Until next time,

Editor's Picks

Royal Writing Contest  (E)
A writing contest fit for a Princess!
#2224056 by Tina Stone

The Humorous Poetry Contest  (18+)
The contest where the rating doesn't matter!~Closed for Judging!
#1875093 by Lornda

The Dialogue 500  (18+)
Dialogues of 500 words or less.
#941862 by W.D.Wilcox

Word Chef Master Contest  (E)
Word Chef Master Contest (Opens on June 1, 2020)
#2172116 by Samberine Everose

 Invalid Item 
This item number is not valid.
#1944447 by Not Available.

Crack Kraken's Code Contest  (13+)
Follow the clues and decipher the message to win prizes!
#746016 by Krakey Mountain High

A Writing Exercise  (18+)
For those wanting to improve their story writing, overcome writer's block or just practice
#2219764 by A E Willcox

 Writing.com Fantasy Anthology  (E)
An anthology featuring fantasy short stories exclusively by WDC authors
#2219597 by Charity Marie-Missing Hubby

Submit an item for consideration in this newsletter!

Word from Writing.Com

Have an opinion on what you've read here today? Then send the Editor feedback! Find an item that you think would be perfect for showcasing here? Submit it for consideration in the newsletter!

Don't forget to support our sponsor!

Amazon's Price: $ 0.99

Amazon's Price: $ 4.99

Product Type: Kindle
Amazon's Price: $ 12.99

Ask & Answer

*Bullet* *Bullet* *Bullet* Don't Be Shy! Write Into This Newsletter! *Bullet* *Bullet* *Bullet*

This form allows you to submit an item on Writing.Com and feedback, comments or questions to the Writing.Com Newsletter Editors. In some cases, due to the volume of submissions we receive, please understand that all feedback and submissions may not be responded to or listed in a newsletter. Thank you, in advance, for any feedback you can provide!
Writing.Com Item ID To Highlight (Optional):

Send a comment or question to the editor!
Limited to 2,500 characters.
Removal Instructions

To stop receiving this newsletter, click here for your newsletter subscription list. Simply uncheck the box next to any newsletter(s) you wish to cancel and then click to "Submit Changes". You can edit your subscriptions at any time.

Printed from https://www.writing.com/main/newsletters/action/archives/id/10234-Breaking-Free.html