#vss365 #prompt Week of Sep 12-18, 2021

You can participate in the #vss365 #prompt challenges, too! I tell you all about it when you Click Here. Some are poems, some are in Haiku style, and some are prose. You should check out ALL the writers’ work, as well. It is fascinating! Continue Reading →

#vss365 #prompt Sep 5 – 11, 2021

Hello, #vss365 #prompt (or Wannabe) People! Here are some sample posts that I put on my @NancyKnowsLife Twitter page for this week covering late August and early September. Of course, Continue Reading →

#vss365 #prompt #Aug 29-Sep 4, 2021

Enjoy these posts for the #vss365 #prompt writers challenges for the week of August 29, 2021 – September 4, 2021 Continue Reading →

Jump-start Your Writing #vss365 #prompt

#VSS365 = Very Short Stories 365/days/year #VSS365 #prompt is “a daily word game designed to feed the creative muse inside all of us.” All are welcome to take part! People, Continue Reading →

PowerPoint Poetry for Publication as Videos

many people enjoy watching videos more than reading. That is especially true during pandemic times and in the technology era when eyes become bleary and heads become achy from too much “screen time.” Plus, PowerPoints can be converted easily to videos, so why not take the chance? Continue Reading →

Unleash Creativity | Chakras & Haiku Poetry

You, too, can get “unstuck” in all areas of creativity, or household and business projects, and even health and emotional well-being, by learning about these chakra techniques. The Haiku is optional! Continue Reading →

There are Poems, and Then There Is Poetry

The following are unrelated poems, attempts at poetry, or Not-Poems. They are snippets from collections of poetry and other short writings that I’m going to create throughout the Pandemic Winter Continue Reading →

April Is National Poetry Month

The Academy of American Poets instituted National Poetry Month in 1996 “to support American poets at all stages of their careers and to foster the appreciation of contemporary poetry.” National Continue Reading →