Poem: Free Verse – “Your Life Time Reflects” #amwriting #poetry #GDGC

Credit: Cherisse Kenion via Unsplash You wear your life there’s proof, Your face reflects grand truths. Every moment or memory, Each thought wandered, Others don’t know, and will never hear. Your eyes reveal your years, You can’t camaflouge them with makeup, Or dark sunglasses. The life you’ve lived in the sky of your eyes, Has … Continue reading Poem: Free Verse – “Your Life Time Reflects” #amwriting #poetry #GDGC

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

Interview with Sarah Whiley: Writer, Blogger, Teacher, & Future Author #interview #nonfiction #amwriting #nonfiction #GoDoGoCafe

Check out Writer, Blogger, Teacher, and Poet’s, Sarah Whiley’s Interview. Sarah leads a fascinating life and is a gifted writer!! Also, look for her ‘Saturday Mix’ prompts on http://www.mindlovemiserysmenagerie.wordpress.com as well as checking out her fantastic blog!

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Welcome to another writer/blogger interview. Today I’m interviewing the wonderful, talented, and gorgeous Sarah Whiley who I have come to know through the prompt website MindLoveMisery`s Menagerie (MLMM). Sarah`s personal blog is called: By Sarah. You can also look for her to do the Saturday Mix prompt on MLMM. Here`s the link to last week`s prompt: Same Same but Different December 30.


Sarah Whiley Interview Pic 1 Credit: Sarah Whiley


1. Sarah, Please Tell Us About Yourself? What Are Your Writing and Blogging Goals? What Do You Hope to Accomplish by Writing? 

My name is Sarah Whiley and I live in north-east Victoria, in Australia. My blog is: ‘By Sarah. I’m a primary school teacher of 17 years and have taught all ages from 5 to 12 years old. I have always loved writing since I could pick up a pencil and create. I am passionate about instilling this same love…

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