Muse less…

Back to the muse posts. How would you like to have Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain) as you muse? I hope you enjoy meeting Jaye Marie’s muse. ❤

Diana Peach shared a lovely post the other day, about an interesting conversation she had with one of her muses. We have all been invited to share our own experiences…

I wasn’t surprised to find Samuel, my strange muse/mentor sitting in my office that afternoon.

The house was quiet, Anita was having a nap. I had planned to spend time on the WIP, but I already knew I would be wasting my time.

Summoning up the ghost of a smile, I wondered what I was in for this time. He never came just to talk about the weather.

“I’m surprised you can still smile, Jaye, with everything that has been happening in your world. I do not need to ask how you are, or Anita for that matter, as I have been observing you both for weeks.”

I breathe a sigh of relief and slowly sink into my chair. Here…

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22 thoughts on “Muse less…

  1. The title sounds very nice, Meet My Muse and loved the way Jaye composed his muse. Awesome.

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  2. Samuel sounds like a wise and impressive muse, Jaye. He knows your temperament and understands when to keep silent and when to speak. Wonderful!

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  3. L.K. Latham says:

    Now there’s a tough muse.

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  4. Does he lend himself out? I could use some Mark Twain in my writing.

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    • Lol. I was rather impressed with Jaye’s muse. You’ll have to stop by the muse employment agency and see if he’s taking more clients. I wouldn’t mind Tolkien stopping by my writing room. Thanks for reading, Jacqui. Happy Writing!


  5. Good luck Jackie. I hope you receive a helpful muse for Christmas. Wow Diana. You really know how to throw a muse party! I can’t believe all the interesting characters that have showed up. 🎂🥳

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  6. I enjoyed Jaye Marie’s muse. Great title, too!

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  7. Pink Roses says:

    Jaye Marie is lucky to have such an impressive muse. Great post.

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  8. Léa says:

    Excellent! While I love Twain, I’m afraid my first choice would be Jonathan Swift. Anyone who could write A Modest Proposal has my undying respect. Honestly, there are times when I think of something, and the response of one writer or another depending on a few variables such as the subject and what is going on in the world…

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    • Swift would make a wonderful muse. You might strike up a conversation when he shows up and peers over your shoulder. 🙂 This prompt has unearthed so many interesting muses. It’s been a blast. Thanks for visiting, Lea. Have a wonderful day and take care. ❤

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  9. I love the idea of having a muse. Maybe I will get one for Christmas? Mr Twain sounds particularly helpful …

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