Monthly Archives: March 2013

Contingency Writer: The New Adventure Writer’s Blog

Retaining the same URL as before, I have decided to change the name of this blog to “Contingency Writer” : Spur of the moment contemplations, reviews, and wondrous tales.

As I tend to post quaint poems, various other literary pieces, and the occasional photography highlight, on a spur of the moment basis, I thought this would be a most fitting revision. And there are already numerous “adventure writers.” It didn’t hurt to innovate a little.

I would also like to welcome one who is new to the WordPress blogosphere, a friend and skilled programmer: the contingency coder.

 

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One Couplet After Another

I found a thread within a message board while upon a website I frequent, and found that it challenged viewers to write couplets. So I began with one… and then another… and soon found that I had a poem going.

I grunt and I yawn,

I spot a frollicking Faun.

The Faun says to me,

Why so pouty?

It is Writer’s Block I say,

Oh if only I had a day,

Where I could write with ease,

Instead of getting words by a squeeze.

It’s Friday again,

Just look at Big Ben,

When it hits midnight,

I’ll have a chapter to write!

Sir, the Faun says to me,

Do not be so whiny!

The words await you right here,

Amdist the trees and the deer.

You see that one nibbling there?

He doesn’t have such a care!

He’s living life but with eyes open wide,

He doesn’t have such a need to decide,

Which words to keep and which words to throw,

It’s as his footsteps in the snow.

They just happen, I say!

In the course of the day.

So shall the words come,

Says the Faun, like the beat of a drum,

They are consistently there,

Just look about somewhere,

And let the inspiration flow,

The story shall come to you, I know!

Revamping Adventure Writer’s Blog

For 2013, I’m getting things in order. I’m setting deadlines for a story I’m posting for kids in my spare time, gauging interest in my latest publication (“The Detective Games” serial), and returning to social networking such as WordPress, with a more solid game plan than I’ve had in the past.

In regards to the Adventure Writer’s Blog, first it’s time for a makeover. As I begin to post regularly again, I want to focus on a particular topic, as is frequently recommended for bloggers. That focus will be on my writings, with the occasional review and photography selections. Not unlike what I had planned during 2012.

I look forward to delving once again into the blogosphere, and I thank all my readers for continuing the journey with me.