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Tag Archives: Tale Weaver
Stephanie’s Tale Weaver challenge today is about losing one of our senses. She says Have you ever wondered what it would be like to lose one of your senses? Or have you even experienced it? Today I invite you to … Continue reading
Stephanie Colpron is our hostess for the Tale Weaver Prompt and has given us another topic to get our teeth into. This week she invites us to share a tale of resilience, of falling and getting back up to see … Continue reading
Stephanie Colpron is our new hostess for the Tale Weaver challenges and she is really giving us food for thought! This week: One of your (or your character’s) siblings, kids, your (their) best friend if that works best for you … Continue reading
They say dreams can have meanings… It is also acknowledged that one can lose one’s mind if we don’t dream. So what adventures/tales would you write that started with a dream – say from last night or from one of … Continue reading
Many thanks to Stephanie Colpron for setting the Tale Weaver challenge again this week. You can find out more here The World After: What would the world after look like to you? What sort of world would you build? Or … Continue reading
We have a new host for MLMM’s Tale Weaver in Stephanie Colpron. I for one have missed this prompt and was sorry to see Michael hang up his pens, though glad to see posts from him from time to time. … Continue reading
Michael is our host for the Tale Weaver challenge, but is sadly hanging up his hat and passing it on. I am not a fan of change. WP is the classic example of fixing something that ain’t broke and now … Continue reading
This week Michael asks us to write our version of an “Ugly Duckling” story. You can join in too here It was easy to hide behind her mask. With carefully applied makeup, she could look out at the world with … Continue reading
This week Michael asks us to write about our interpretation of ‘Bookworm’. ‘Does my bum look big in this?’ ‘Hm? What?’ ‘I said, does my bum look big in this?’ Pete took his glasses off and laid them on top … Continue reading