Good day dear Haijin, visitors and travelers,
This week I have no Ghost Writer Post, I had hoped to publish a new GW-post today, but that's not going to happen. Instead of our GW-post we will have our Vision Quest.
Next week I will have a new GW-post ... and it will be an extraordinary one ...
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Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Ghost Writer post not scheduled
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This is all very confusing. Are you doing yet another vision quest today? I'm out here on the sidelines, wondering what's going on, and how to respond. Meanwhile, I have no post, because I don't know what to prepare for.ReplyDelete
Good day MMT, this new Carpe Diem feature Vision Quest is a feature that last three days on on a roll in which the goal is to write a haiku a day (so you have 24 hours to submit a new haiku). Today it's the second day of our Vision Quest.Delete
I can write something -- when I have time -- to help you with this, and you can use it at your convenience...ReplyDelete
Would be great Bjorn if you would like to write a GW-post please feel free to do so. You can email your GW-post to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org (Please if you like to use pictures in your GW-post, please send them in a separate post ...Delete
thanks for the break.....I needed one to write some longer contest poems.....Will be ready for the next prompts....I don't see how you have such energy that allows you to daily give us so much inspiration.....thank you thank you....opieReplyDelete
No problem Opie. And about my energy? Well ... I mostly have energy for over 100% because I love being your host here at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai (and our other weblogs), but I have for sure days that I don't have enough energy or time.ReplyDelete