Today’s #CleanWIP collaboration is House. [More info]
Use #CleanWIP with on-theme 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 Thursday, September 17, 2020 is HOUSE. pic.twitter.com/eRfT6z1kSW— CleanWIP Magazine (@cleanwip) September 17, 2020
There was an orderliness about the place that seemed almost too peaceful—something like the unnatural perfection of a doll house.#CleanWIP— Katelyn Buxton (@KBuxtonBooks) September 17, 2020
We deliver new #CleanWIP themes each Thursday directly to our THEMES page.— CleanWIP Magazine (@cleanwip) September 17, 2020
Thursday, September 24: REST
Wednesday, September 23: SNACK
Tuesday, September 22: REGISTER
Monday, September 21: COOKIE
Sunday, September 20, 2020: CREATE
Most people went to Le Bon Vivant to be seen at Le Bon Vivant. The fancy French food was just a bonus.— Jessica Marie Holt — Author (@Jessica06311722) September 17, 2020
Mitch didn’t care much who saw him, or where. And the food was great, although he would have been just as happy eating pot roast at his parents’ house. #CleanWIP
#CleanWIP Ryan's Reckless Bride: The cowboy cleared his throat. “I also wrote I needed a responsible woman who loved kids, could cook, kept a tidy house and was sturdy enough to milk a cow and tend a garden.” He paused. “You see that part?”— Laurean Brooks (@Laurean2) September 18, 2020
No, she hadn’t. Annalyn’s heart sank.
~ Earl Chinnici ~
(from the opening chapter of one of my works-in-progress)
We didn’t set out to be heroes, but heroes we became. I’m sure you’ve seen our faces on billboards and subway walls. We’re uncanny symbols of America’s determination and resilience. Some people claim we’re not human; some claim we’re not real. We want you to know we are. We do have feelings.
The entire world has heard the sanitized version of that fateful day and how our actions saved millions, but due to matters of national security, the president urged us to wait a year before opening up to the media. On the White House lawn, he commended us for our bravery; in the Oval Office, he thanked us for our silence.
So much remains untold, but through this symphonic memoir, we hope to answer many of the remaining questions. We hope to silence a couple vicious rumors too.