Today’s #CleanWIP theme and collaborative article is Tomorrow. [More info]
“The trouble is, you think you have time
You think tomorrow’s always coming down the line
Then one day you wake up and you find
The trouble is, you thought you had time”
~ Dean Brody “Time”
CleanWIP Magazine, a new e-zine for writers who market their books as ‘clean’ and the readers who love them, hosts the #CleanWIP author hashtag game Sundays through Fridays. Care to join us? https://t.co/6t6ndNUooH ~ The theme for Tuesday, October 15 is TOMORROW. pic.twitter.com/EzFamebqzM— Earl Chinnici (@earlshelpdesk) October 15, 2019
I think I should write a poem but wherever shall I start?— Earl Chinnici (@earlshelpdesk) October 15, 2019
Many have written before me about matters of the heart.
Some cried tales of lost friends and loved ones, heartaches, and deep sorrow.
Others rhymed words of joy, of true love, and… https://t.co/kI48tP0YKa #poems pic.twitter.com/yjTHt4IdFX
“We can go around tomorrow night–say eleven–and put them up around town. Shady Oaks rolls up the sidewalks at nine on weekdays. No one will see us.”— Jessica Marie Holt — Author (@Jessica06311722) October 15, 2019
“You’re willing to leave the house after seven-thirty?”
June shrugged. “Sacrifices must be made.” #CleanWIP
#CleanWIP (Theme TOMORROW)— Katy Huth Jones (@KatyHuthJones) October 15, 2019
“Don’t despair, love.” Mercy leaned over and kissed him. “He loves you.”
But was it enough? They would find out tomorrow.
Shame clouded his features and he averted his face. He shook his head and withdrew from her. “You should return to your rooms,” he murmured. “Get a fire blazing so you don’t catch a chill. I’ll see you… tomorrow.” #CleanWIP— A.E. McKenna (@ae_mckenna) October 15, 2019
Editor’s Challenge: Pick one of those “special cigarettes,” such as the one you always smoke immediately after breakfast or lunch, and skip it tomorrow. Do not smoke that one cigarette. Tell yourself you will have to wait a specific amount of time after that special event before you ignite a cigarette. What is so special about a cigarette anyway?