Hidebound Hump Day — #WritingPrompt! The Guardian

Have fun in the Teagan Geneviene universe with another whimsical tale. Happy Reading. 🙂

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Wednesday, May 8, 2019

#GetCaughtReading!  May is Get Caught Reading Month.  Artie is coming back to Jazz Age Wednesdays!

Artie sketch thinking color steampunkArtie, courtesy of Chris Graham

Get Caught Reading is a nationwide (USA) campaign to promote the fun of reading books for all ages.  Chris Graham, the one and only Story Reading Ape, will be a story telling ape.  We’re getting together again for a short story in support of this initiative.  It will be here next Wednesday.

Now to Hidebound Hump Day

Be warned… I’m just dashing this off quickly.  It is so hard to resist the prompts from Diana Wallace Peach.  Then I read Rob Goldstein’s story (click here), and I simply had to join the fun.

Steampunk black man Brigitte Werner_PixabayBrigitte Werner, Pixaby

You’ve probably heard me bemoan my unfinished novel, the second book for the alchemist, Cornelis Drebbel.  It includes one of my favorite “unfinished novel…

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21 thoughts on “Hidebound Hump Day — #WritingPrompt! The Guardian

  1. Joanne Sisco says:

    I do love Teagan’s writing 🙂

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  2. Diana, is your reblog button gone or is it me?

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  3. Jina Bazzar says:

    That was highly imaginative, Diana.I’m always amazed how other author’s minds work.

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  4. Hi Diana. You are so kind to share my humble response to your prompt. It was fun to play in my steampunk universe again. Hugs!

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  5. I enjoyed Teagan’s story, Diana. She is full of imagination.

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  6. Always a delight to follow your leads Diana. Diana, please tell me if I am spelling your name right. I have several Diane’s and Diana’s in my family and my mind is a butterfly! xx

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