Each day’s author must write and post that very day, with the word count limited to-you guessed it-365 words. From post 1 to 365, I look forward to the constant change in topic and perspective. This is possibly due to the fact that my own posts change from day to day with seemingly random perspectives. With this strategy of randomness comes the inevitable bad writer or flat-out boring topic. Good or bad, the reader get a chance to experience a variety of writing styles and viewpoints.
Author: Tanis Miller
Tanis writes from the heart, and her one-sided dialogues continue to intrigue. As soon as I start reading, I’m fascinated with the story—even if I have NO idea who she’s speaking with or about. The stories are often heart-wrenching or gut-wrenching. Either way, reading Attack of the Redneck Mommy entertains this mommy to no end.
Author: Angela Andrieux
Angela shares her perspective on food, travel, and photography. This month, she’s posting daily to her own series called “Thirty Days of Thanksgiving.” Each day is list of items that she is thankful for. The lists are usually short with a few blurbs reflecting on simple, domestic concerns. Each blurb resonates like a nod of the head by someone I may have held a door open for. The brevity of the listings are what make me want to return to read it every day. And I am thankful for that.
This photo of a 15″ rainbow trout (caught by my then five-year old son) was taken by my mother. She was such a sport to take my boys fishing!
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