As in “A to Z April Challenge”: a somewhat futile, but popular, writing exercise of the early decades of the 21st century, practised by the so-called bloggers, on the (then) unregulated World-Wide-Web, consisting of “posting” titbits of nonsense in alphabetical order, mostly during the month of April. It may have been inspired by April fool-day?
I dream of the city, as it was, long before Frederick, not the capital of a respected and feared kingdom, with a formidable army, but the main settlement of a peaceful people, in the midst of lakes and thick forests, surrounded by wilderness. Then came the long war, the uninterrupted banditry, the destructions, the killing … Continue reading Brandenburg and her capital: #longing
For this week’s writing challenge, we’re asking you to explore what age means to you. Is the the loss of youth, or the cultivation of wisdom? Do things get better as you grow older, or worse? There are many ways to interpret age, often depending on your relationship with the passing of time. I hear … Continue reading Weekly Writing Challenge: Golden Years
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