Brave and Reckless’ Creativity Prompt Challenge: Mad World

Like many of you, the last six months have taken a significant toll on me physically, emotionally, and cognitively.  I have been a sporadic blogger at best, sharing more information about Indie Blu(e) Publishing and other writers’ work than my own.  It has been so hard to decide what actually matters when 2020 keeps throwing … Continue reading Brave and Reckless’ Creativity Prompt Challenge: Mad World

Last Call: Christine’s Monster, She Wrote Book Title Prompt Challenge

Did you write a response piece to one of the 31 Monster, She Wrote Book Title Writing Prompts that you would like published on Brave and Reckless? Christine will accept response pieces inspired by any of the prompts through Sunday, November 6th at her.red.pen.wordsmithing@gmail.com. If you submitted a piece for publication through email and did not hear back from Christine, please … Continue reading Last Call: Christine’s Monster, She Wrote Book Title Prompt Challenge

Announcing Brave and Reckless’ October’s Monster, She Wrote Writing Prompt Challenge

For October, Christine has decided to embrace the Halloween season and use titles of short stories and books discussed in the enjoyable and informative new book Monster, She Wrote: The Women Who Pioneered Horror and Speculative Fiction as her Daily Writing Prompts.  These are designed to inspire you to write a poem, prose piece, or a piece … Continue reading Announcing Brave and Reckless’ October’s Monster, She Wrote Writing Prompt Challenge

From Brave and Reckless’ Winter Holiday Writing Prompt Challenge- P.J. Robertson

Writers and poets winter poetry miracles weaving frayed corners of their madness into crystalline words sparkling diamonds that hang in the icicles of long dark winter catching our eye as the fog rolls in. Angel wings brushing the tiniest ray of sun lite words igniting flames of the familiar melting drip by drip into veins … Continue reading From Brave and Reckless’ Winter Holiday Writing Prompt Challenge- P.J. Robertson

WINTER HOLIDAY WRITING PROMPT CHALLENGE ON BRAVE AND RECKLESS

There is still time to participate in the Brave and Reckless Winter Holiday Writing Prompt Challenge! This December, my thoughts have turned to the simple pleasures of the winter holidays. I have reached the age where I am a little weary of material possessions- well, unless it’s a book. There’s always room in my life for more … Continue reading WINTER HOLIDAY WRITING PROMPT CHALLENGE ON BRAVE AND RECKLESS

WINTER HOLIDAY WRITING PROMPT CHALLENGE ON BRAVE AND RECKLESS (OTHERWISE KNOWN AS MY SADLY NEGLECTED BLOG)

My life is always a little chaotic.  I don’t do well with unconstructed time and even while struggling with chronic illness, I try to keep myself engaged. The last few months; however, it has gone from a little chaotic to a lot of chaotic.  Kindra M. Austin and I launched our imprint Indie Blu(e) Publishing in September and almost … Continue reading WINTER HOLIDAY WRITING PROMPT CHALLENGE ON BRAVE AND RECKLESS (OTHERWISE KNOWN AS MY SADLY NEGLECTED BLOG)

Building WordPress.com Website Success: Brave and Reckless-Jenny McKaig

Although the Go Dog Go Cafe is about celebrating the writing life, those of us with WordPress sites quickly learn that we must not only grow as a writer, we must grow as a blogger if we wish to expand our reach.  A few months ago, writer Jenny McKaig asked to  interview me about the growth of … Continue reading Building WordPress.com Website Success: Brave and Reckless-Jenny McKaig

Interview with Christine Ray Writer, Blogger, Poet, and Barista from the Go Dog Go Cafe #amwriting #interview #nonfiction

Welcome to another Tuesday edition of my interviews series. Today I have another new interview for you, another talented writer, poet, and a Go Do Go Cafe Barista, Christine Ray.  I hope you love her blog I have found it fascinating. You can check out some of Christine’s wonderful writing on the topics of Poetry, Erotica, Spoken Word,  and for … Continue reading Interview with Christine Ray Writer, Blogger, Poet, and Barista from the Go Dog Go Cafe #amwriting #interview #nonfiction

The Response: My Worn and Tattered Heart-Charles/The Reluctant Poet

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