Once again, I am delighted to be joining in with Sheryl's monthly writing prompts over at A Chronic Voice. This month, the prompts that Sheryl gave us were as follows: Closing As 2022 draws to a close, I will be following a process outlined in a book I have had for years called “Your Best … Continue reading A Chronic Voice Writing Prompts December 2022
An autumnal, post-Covid, mood boosting walk at the Wellington Monument, Somerset.
So happy to be joining in with the November writing prompts over at A Chronic Voice and thanks, as always, to Sheryl for all she does for the chronic illness community. The prompts this month are as follows: Finishing Fatiguing Easing Comforting Wishing Photo by Anna Shvets on Pexels.com Finishing – I’d managed to avoid … Continue reading A Chronic Voice Writing Prompts – November 2022
I was delighted when Sheryl from "A Chronic Voice" sent out the October Writing Prompts , as it had been a while since the last one and I know that Sheryl has been going through a lot this year. I love participating in these linkups, reading about other people all over the globe who are … Continue reading A Chronic Voice – October 2022 Writing Prompts
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