June Writing Topics You May Want To Tackle
Ponder, produce, publish....
"Food for writ"
And here we are with a brand new month!
Let's see what we might want to do with any of these topics:
(Poland's first "free and fair" election is being remembered;....Now Passed by)
(D-Day anniversary;.......No Passes by)
(the Russians (specifically Putin) are excluded from the "G7" talks;....Now Passed by)
(the Belmont Stakes....just passed by, any lingering thoughts?)
Flag Day the 14th;
Father's Day the 15th;
no legal holidays (but you can bet someone will create one to make up for that omission!);
summer officially arrives on the 21st;
school is out and vacations are in.
Into sports? NBA and NHL championships, baseball's annual heroics when it doesn't yet seem to matter (except for "no hitters.")
This is the prime season for beautiful poems, garden tips, and finishing that short story or novel, while slathering on the sunscreen.
That should give us all "food for writ."
What more could we ask from a month of June? Oh, yes, and there are always the politics of the day, deep and dark conspiracies, and the celebrities of the moment.
June is also a prime time to add to your supply of "My Photos."
Jot them down as the thoughts occur....
a little humor....
There once was a writer named Sandy
who kept her pen and paper handy.
She'd jot down a thought,
sip the milk shake she'd bought,
and indulge in her own liquid candy.
The old master himself....
When asked "what do writers do?" Ernest Hemingway succinctly replied, "Writers write."
Tools of your trade....
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