CommaInkblot

"Write what should not be forgotten." Isabel Allende

Tell me your stories…

What shaped the course of you? What story skinned your knee, or eroded your soul; became the  bedrock of your belief? What story are you made of? Is it a poem, or prose, an image or a quote, a chronicle of cause and effect or, just a pause, in your history.

This is your space – for your story…

If you would like to post a story, a poem, a photo or even a quote, go ahead. I would like this to be a space where you can express yourself, experiment and find a like-minded community to support you.


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3 thoughts on “Tell me your stories…

  1. I’ve been writing a blog, http://musingsofanolderman.com since last May. It is mostly political, however it covers other subjects that I’ve been thinking about. Your subscription would be appreciated.
    I’ve also written and published my first children’s book “Gramma, Grampa, and the Three Bears”. It was released in late November, and has had a great reception. It’s available at amazon.com.

    • Hi there 🙂

      I have subscribed to your blog. It is very interesting. Thank you. I would love it if you subscribed to mine too 🙂 www//commainkblot.wordpress.com

      Take care
      Bobby

  2. Hi Stregawolf

    Like your approach and will be submitting a story sometime soon! Thank you for your interest in my blog and I look forward to visiting yours (I have subscribed)and will be visiting ‘CommaInkblot” regularly.
    Initially I would just mention that there will be some action on my website after a relatively long lay-off, The creative juices are beginning to bubble again.

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