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Blog Hop: My Writing Process

A Cat

A cat improves any blog post…
PD image via Pixabay

Recently the most excellent Ellen Gregory tagged me for a blog hop where writers answer four questions about their creative process.  The rules require one to publish their post on a Monday and tag three people, who are supposed to publish their posts the next Monday. They tag three more people, and the blog hop spreads in the manner of one of my favorite metaphors, the zombie virus 😉

I was supposed to do my post last Monday, but I couldn’t because of assorted busyness that included a trip to visit my grandparents and eat their donuts, which were chocolate-frosted and deliciously decadent (the donuts, not the grandparents).

Since it’s Monday again, I will attempt to propagate the zombie virus help keep the blog hop going.

And now for the questions…

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The Month of the Haiku

I’ve never been a huge consumer of poetry, but I’ve long enjoyed silly fun with haikus.  As February is National Haiku Writing Month, I’ve written a few which Catherine Johnson has kindly posted on her blog.

And while you’re there, check out some of her other posts.  She does a lot of fun stuff with poetry and painting and is an all-around excellent human.