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A new round of

Journalistic Intentions  (18+)
This is for the journal keeping types that come to PLAY! New round starts October 1!
#2213121 by Elisa is a Very Busy Stik!


is starting next month! The prompts and round details have been posted. And don't worry. There are no horror prompts in the (potpourri) mix. *Smile*

Hope to see you there!
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Oooh I like some of those. *Cool*
Most people don't think about KohlRabi, Waltz in the Lonesome October ... *Smirk2* until it's too late.
I've added a new entry covering the final portion of my June vacation to my book, "American Hot Shit:
         "Party On, East Coast Reunion Edition! Part 4!
I've added a new entry covering the third portion of my June vacation to my book, "American Hot Shit:
         "Party On, East Coast Reunion Edition! Part 3!
I've added a new (and comparatively brief) entry to my book, "American Hot Shit:
         "Head Space
I've added a new entry covering the second portion of my June vacation to my book, "American Hot Shit:
         "Party On, East Coast Reunion Edition! Part 2!
A bit of good news for the weekend:

Independent bookstore in Minneapolis reopens two years after destruction in riots.  

Along with a bookstore being re-established, this piece also contains a quote that stuck with me because of how accurately it described the often-misreported scope of the riots back in 2020:

"When I got there, there were flames shooting out the front door," Blyly recalled. "It was obvious that it had not been done by the people who were disturbed by what happened to George Floyd. It was a really pro job because someone had gone along to each and every one of the plate glass windows and punched a hole this big around and injected accelerant in and lit each of the holes."


I have spent the better part of two years stating that the riots were not simply protesters versus cops. It was a lot more nuanced and frightening than that. Blyly's comments provide an important illustration of this, an illustration I hope is seen by more and more of the non-Minnesota public (and even among people outside the Twin Cities, really). So for all of these many reasons, I'm sharing this article with WDC. I think it deserves a look or two.
I've added a new entry covering the first portion of my June vacation to my book, "American Hot Shit:
         "Party On, East Coast Reunion Edition! Part 1!
You know what's just occurred to me? This starts up again next month!

Journalistic Intentions  (18+)
This is for the journal keeping types that come to PLAY! New round starts October 1!
#2213121 by Elisa is a Very Busy Stik!


It will be another potpourri round, which means there will be all different themes of prompts! And if you're not into horror/spooky season, rest assured that the prompts will not include anything from that particular genre. (That said, if you want to write a horror entry that involves, say, a recipe prompt then by all means go for it!) I hope to get all the prompts collected and posted to the forum next week.

Hope to see you there!
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I want to join.
ready, willing, and able *HeartP*
I've added a new entry that discusses violence in non-explicit terms to my book, "American Hot Shit:
         "Grappling With Greens, Part 4
I've added a new entry discussing my latest reading adventures to my book, "American Hot Shit:
         "Defiant Link-a-thon!
I've added a new entry/response to an entry to my book, "American Hot Shit:
         "Living the Life Less Ordinary
I've added a new entry about my photography work to my book, "American Hot Shit:
         "A Different Frame of Mind
I've added a new entry about (mis)interpreting figurative language and my struggles in that realm to my book, "American Hot Shit:
         "So what exactly are scars?
With it being birthday week, I figured I'd plug the ol' poll again. Enjoy and pass along! *BalloonB**BalloonG**BalloonB**BalloonG**BalloonB**BalloonG**BalloonB**BalloonG*


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How do you like your prompts?
#2278997 by Elisa is a Very Busy Stik!
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Little bit of everything. I like reading other's work for inspiration as well.
I like everything you listed, assuming it comes with a coffee.

Prompts hit me differently depending on my mood or state of mind.
I generally like something specific enough that it puts contests on roughly the same page, but also loose enough that it doesn't feel awkward. So I like specific questions, but not key words that have to be used or super specific questions that make the prompt uncomfortable to work with (like something I don't want to share, or don't feel qualified to work with).
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I'd like to find a happy hone for the piece up for bids. Maybe that happy home...is yours! *Camera*
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