Today’s #CleanWIP theme and collaborative article is Road. [More info]
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“The road to success just might be your driveway.” ~ Joey Reiman
tl; dr: #CleanWIP theme for Monday, December 2 is ROAD— CleanWIP Magazine (@cleanwip) December 2, 2019
Long version: We’re playing hashtag games to find authors who prefer the clean end of the spectrum & highlight their teasers for readers who love them.
Longest version: https://t.co/Oj6maiYSYB #amReading #amWriting pic.twitter.com/BiG4yV3Gek
We took Aunt Melinda’s golf cart and crossed the road to check the progress of my new house.— John Wilde (@WriterJohnWilde) December 2, 2019
“What do you think?”
“Fud, it looks so small.”
I smiled, “Pele, when you lay a home out on the ground, it looks small, but it will grow,” I saw his, wait- and- see attitude. #CleanWip
She almost forgot to watch for Harmony’s car to start. Almost turned down the wrong road on her way to Blinky’s. Almost turned her truck around and went home instead of parking. How had Grace figured out…#CleanWIp— Lea Carter (@LeaCarterWrites) December 2, 2019
#CleanWIP Emily focused on the road before them. Clint was surprised at her anger at learning Clemons had proposed to three different women. One might think she was personally involved.— Laurean Brooks (@Laurean2) December 2, 2019
Emily had met Jessica on the train, and it was her sister who fled the church. Still…
I grasped the top of the wall and rolled on top. A long road led through the just-green fields of winter wheat. I shivered uncontrollably. I had to find warmer clothes, or at least shelter from the cold.— ML Farb (@FarbMl) December 2, 2019
Men opened the gate and sent the hounds bounding.#cleanWIP (road)
After what seemed like an eternity, but was probably only seconds, the man turned his attention back toward the road and drove off, leaving Arthur rattled and breathless on the sidewalk.— Jessica Marie Holt — Author (@Jessica06311722) December 2, 2019
The only thing he could think about was his unbolted door. #CleanWIp
#CleanWIP (theme ROAD)— Katy Huth Jones (@KatyHuthJones) December 2, 2019
The child giggled every time the wooden wheels bounced over a rock or rut in the road, making Mercy grimace. At least someone found delight in the rough ride.
Patty Wiseman’s father was on the U.S.S. Raleigh December 7, 1941 when Pearl Harbor was attacked. The story she shares in this Special Edition of CleanWIP Magazine is undeniably sad—and equally beautiful. https://t.co/XBt5f97TPx ~ @PattyWG ~ #amReading #PearlHarbor #PTSD pic.twitter.com/fdbkb7YF6x— CleanWIP Magazine (@cleanwip) December 2, 2019
Earl Chinnici ~ Her phone streamed to a large screen in the studio providing us with a clear view of her right shoulder and part of the rear window. We watched as she veered left, apparently to miss a dark-blue sedan that was entering the highway. She then pushed hard on the accelerator and swerved back to the right, the distance separating her vehicle from the sedan increasing far too quickly.
“Hi Rita. This is Rachel of the Write Connections morning show. I’m here with Jenny Foster, author of…” ~ https://twitter.com/earlshelpdesk/status/1201516544024567808