My interview by Shelly of Keystrokes & Closed Doors

I’m happy to announce that my interview by Shelly of Keystrokes & Closed Doors has been posted.

Interview

Your Homework: I’m not going to give you homework tonight. Take time for yourself: rest, sleep, watch some movies, and stay in your pj’s, sometimes the best thing you can do is nothing.

Visit The Spark tomorrow for your Saturday writing prompt.

This blog updates each Friday with writing resources, prompts, and of course the random things I decide to post. Feel free to contact me here or find me on GoodReads @ https://www.goodreads.com/hkidder. Follow me on Instagram at: Everythingonpaperisperfect or on Pinterest @ paperpinning

Treat – a poem

Below find a #PaperPerfectOriginal. I originally wrote this a few years ago with a slightly different spin. I have re-worked it and I’m happy with my final result. I’m working on another one now and the last two lines need work, but it’s almost there. I hope you enjoy my dark little story.

Heather Kidder 2015
Heather Kidder 2015

Your Homework: Dark or a ray of sunshine, look for something that makes your toes wiggle and use that emotion to write a difficult scene for a character that needs development.

Saturday: The Spark will update tomorrow. Visit it each and every Saturday for your weekly writing prompt.

This blog updates each Friday and Saturday with writing resources, prompts, and of course, the random things I decide to post. Feel free to contact me here or find me on GoodReads @ https://www.goodreads.com/hkidder. Follow me on Instagram at: Everythingonpaperisperfect or on Pinterest @ paperpinning

Contact Email: everythingonpaperisperfect@yahoo.com

A Poem

I released this to my Instagram followers this week. I originally wrote this a few years ago but I have been re-working it the last few weeks and I’m happy with my final result.

 

Heather Kidder

Poems always feel more personal to me, than stories. Maybe it’s because I feel more when I write and read them. The words reach in and grab hold of you, squeezing you in quick, little bursts. They pluck at your heart strings and tickle your spine. They hurt. They heal. They can give you peace. Slow or fast, sweet or sad, poetry is the sing-song voice of the soul.

Your Homework: Find something that moves you, a song, movie scene, or poem, and go put that emotion into a poem of your own.

Saturday: The Spark will update tomorrow. Visit it each and every Saturday for your weekly writing prompt.

This blog updates each Friday and Saturday with writing resources, prompts, and of course, the random things I decide to post. Feel free to contact me here or find me on GoodReads @ https://www.goodreads.com/hkidder. Follow me on Instagram at: Everythingonpaperisperfect or on Pinterest @ paperpinning

Contact Email: everythingonpaperisperfect@yahoo.com