Promote Yourself Monday- February 26, 2018

Welcome to Promote Yourself Monday.  All Go Dog Go Cafe readers, guest writers and baristas are invited to post one link to one specific post (750 words or less please!) from your blog into the comments section below.  Be sure to pick your best recent post*, because we will be choosing a Weekly Barista Favorite to be published in full … Continue reading Promote Yourself Monday- February 26, 2018

Poem: Free Verse – “Worth Forgetting” #GoDogGoCafe #poetry #amwriting

Credit: Cynthia Magna via Unsplash What worth have I? No silver for your wallet, No bills to fit your list of skills. Not even labour’s sweat; What worth have I? To work successfully, To do both what I love, And what inspires my deepest passions. Paint textured, thick with colors brilliant, Blended in impressionist grace; … Continue reading Poem: Free Verse – “Worth Forgetting” #GoDogGoCafe #poetry #amwriting

Guest Barista Abbey: My Secret Tricks To Combat Writer’s Block

Having been writing since I was a tiny tot I’ve encountered many bouts of the thing serious writers dread the most: writer’s block. I can say to this day that I have about five “books” made of stapled paper with my scraggly 6-10 year old writing, and I never finished a single one. I have a … Continue reading Guest Barista Abbey: My Secret Tricks To Combat Writer’s Block

Pay It Forward Thursday- February 22, 2018

Welcome to Pay It Forward Thursday. All Go Dog Go readers, guest writers and baristas are invited to post one link to one specific post (750 words or less please!) from someone else’s blog in the comments section below.  We encourage you to give a shout-out to someone who has wowed you as a reader, creatively inspired you, … Continue reading Pay It Forward Thursday- February 22, 2018

We Cannot Look Away: Not another 17, not another One

Just another day just another town bullet perforated backpacks spilling loose-leaf lined paper, textbooks onto blood stained sidewalks helicopters hovering to give us the birds eye view I tried to avert my eyes out of respect for the dead the injured but I could not look away Christine Ray Even though I should Because I … Continue reading We Cannot Look Away: Not another 17, not another One