Today’s #CleanWIP theme and collaborative article is Away. [More info]
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Use CleanWIP Magazine’s #CleanWIP hashtag with lines from a work-in-progress and your tweet might be included in a https://t.co/yUHUbxZp23 collaborative article for authors who lean *clean* and readers who love them. The #CleanWIP theme for Sunday, December 29, 2019 is AWAY pic.twitter.com/3uopc3SbUS— CleanWIP Magazine (@cleanwip) December 29, 2019
Danger worked hard to match his master’s pace, which was clearly much slower than he would have liked. As they walked, Arthur whistled a soft, but clear tune. The pristine notes rose up into the night, and were absorbed away into the dark sky. #cleanWIP— Jessica Marie Holt — Author (@Jessica06311722) December 29, 2019
#CleanWIP Nelwina thrust the curtains away and turned from the window. How she hated Lord Henry and his lady! Who did they think they were? He’d been a simple country knight, and she was a nobody. Well, she could bear strong sons. Four of them! But any peasant could do the same.— Katy Huth Jones (@KatyHuthJones) December 29, 2019
Here’s an excerpt from Laurean Brooks via our Facebook CleanWIP group. If you’re a writer who prefers the clean end of the writing spectrum, we’d love to hear from you as well.
“My aunt invited me to move to Houston to live, but Papa would not allow it. He said the big city was no place for a decent young lady. I stayed mad at him for days.
“Papa and Mama try to smother us. I’m sure it’s why Margie ran away. We’re not children. I turned eighteen in May, and Margie turned twenty in June. Don’t think running away hasn’t crossed my mind, too.” Jessica rolled her eyes. “But, if I do,, it won’t be to marry a virtual stranger.”