Wednesday Writing — Meet the Muse

Of course Teagan’s muse is high on imagination. Our first monster muse (but is he really scary? Or just helpful in his own way?) Enjoy.

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Wednesday, November 25, 2020

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Every now and thenDiana Wallace Peachtalks about her muse. In fact, she has more than one. She gets other authors talking about their muses. I listen, mystified. Apparently most authors have a muse — or several. Then I usually respond with the complaint that I don’t seem to have a muse. Actually that could explain some of my problems… but I digress.

Diana has invited everyone to share a conversation with their muse. I was instantly befuddled. However, Diana replied, “Don’t have a muse? Just open the door and see who shows up.”

Well, I already had a post scheduled for today. Plus, it’s dark outside and I wasn’t about to open that door… But then I heard a soft sort of scraping sound, just outside…

Doorknob

Dry, rustling accompanied the movement of huge leathery wings. A long claw…

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23 thoughts on “Wednesday Writing — Meet the Muse

  1. I loved Teagan’s muse!! One of the most entertaining I’ve read so far 🙂

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  2. Love it, Teagan! Congrats all around.

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  3. Fun stuff Teagan. Leave it to you to bring magic, mayhem, and monsters for a muse meetup!

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  4. Heartfelt thanks for sharing my silliness, Diana. I don’t really think this Lovecraftian monster is my muse, but he’s what showed up at the door. Maybe a real muse will eventually follow him. 🙂

    I appreciate you doing all these reblogs. I know it’s a lot of work. Hugs on the wing.

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  5. Teagan never disappoints! Thanks for sharing, Diana. ❤

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  6. Ooh, I bet this is going to be good 🙂

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