I want to start today’s post by saying a big thank you to everyone who joined in the “Why do you write poetry?” conversation started in the café last week. It was interesting to read about the different reasons and motivations as to why you write poetry. Please feel free to continue and add to the conversation. Having … Continue reading Dedication to the Go Dog Go Café
Welcome to Spoken Word Spotlight. Every Wednesday, Christine will bring a writer’s words to life. This week she brings us an introspective poem written by Barista Davy D. that really packs an emotional punch. Sit back, take a sip of coffee, close your eyes and enjoy. If you would like Christine to highlight a piece … Continue reading Spoken Word Spotlight: An Hour with Jake/Davy D.
Good morning! Welcome to my "Rewind Interview" with Jacqueline Oby – Ikocha of A Cooking Pot and Twisted Tales. Jacqueline was my first interview ever and a successful one. She is an amazing writer and blogger. If you haven't read her poetry book yet, please see below. Also check out her amazing vlog on YouTube! This … Continue reading Ok Rewind Interview: Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha, Writer, Blogger, Poet #amwriting #interview #nonfiction
forlorn and forgotten like refrigerator art once you vowed to love me but now we live apart I do my best at coping now until the teardrops start falling on the surface of my worn and tattered heart but someday soon I’ll feel the Spring and Sunshine on my face and my heart will heal … Continue reading The Response: My Worn and Tattered Heart-Charles/The Reluctant Poet
Today we are bringing you another a Call and Response from Christine/Brave and Reckless and Chuck/The Reluctant Poet. i am a faded, tattered valentine pinned to a dusty bulletin board a thumb tack piercing my heart partially covered by photographs of smiling new faces and perky motivational sayings only bits and pieces of me still … Continue reading The Call: Tattered Heart-Christine/Brave and Reckless
This was actually written more than a year ago , a chapter from my book that is still in progress, but I thought it would fit so well here right now! It is also a continuation from the Cafe Moment posted earlier, you can read it here. It drizzled this morning. I was grateful for … Continue reading A Cafe Moment – Our lives turned and curved to meet
This week Monday Gu(e)st is Flittering Soul…read and meet another beautiful young lady blogger…
The Monday is here so the blue. Before welcoming the guest to-eve, I want to promote a thing. From this month I’ve partnered with Sheetal Bharadwaj in co-hosting her Fortnight Friday Fables. This fortnight fable we both going to host alternatively. So, this week it is me. Check the rules and my challenge and participate in it if you can.
So, here’s go self-bantering. Now welcome the guest of honor. She writes daily life in the wittiest way most of the times and also stories in the same manner. You’ll laugh (or love) first then will think over her writing. She weaves simple words so beautifully that praise sometimes run short. Like a few days back, in one of her post, she was hungry very much and was out to shopping with her Ma. So, she described the situation like this “… it was 5 pm and I started…
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Hi Everybody, Another Great Day at the Go Dog Go Cafe! Today I'd like to introduce You to My Friend, Linda Lee Lyberg! Some of You may already know Linda from her blog, charmedchaos.com. Linda left a successful lifelong career to pursue her love of writing and lives in the greater Phoenix area in Arizona, … Continue reading CAFE INTRODUCTION FOR LINDA LEE LYBERG – charmedchaos blog
Hello to all you coffee and writing lovers out there. This is Beth Amanda, also known as Midwest Fantasy, a new Barista at the Go Dog Go Café. I've had a rough couple days of LackofWritingIdeas disease. We all have them, I know. And I'm working on what I will actually offer the café. Usually I'm … Continue reading As I Am
Get your coffee and come sit with me, I have my flat white ready! I was recently introduced to John Berger an English art critic, novelist, painter and poet. I was given his novel G (which won the 1972 Booker Prize) as a reading assignment by my reading partner. It was not an easy read … Continue reading 24th June – Come Sit With Me – In the Go Dog Go Cafe