First Five Fragments for Friday

Your weekly offering of writing/art/journal prompts:

Ā 1. Post-Halloween quiet, Day of the Dead, fallow gardens, and a breath before holiday shopping madness.

2. Silky fluff from burst-open milkweed pods rivals the first snow for soft, white purity.

3. It’s hard to autograph an e-reader edition of a book. How can authors make those editions personalized for readers?

4. Watch a small child chase dust motes in a shaft of sunlight and be reminded of how a bit of magic can be found anywhere.

5. Have you accidentally run over a small animal (like a quickly-darting kamikaze squirrel) with your car lately?

Ready, set, go!

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6 comments

  1. How to autograph an ereader is an interesting question. Apparently there's an app for that. Really. And an option to upload a one page 'autograph' page for Kindle. Although if I like the book well enough to want it autographed, I probably have a hard copy of it. At lease for now. šŸ™‚

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  2. I recently ran over a red squirrel that darted between the front and back tires as I was driving my kid and her boyfriend to our house. I actually teared up right there. I hate that.

    But, I do plan on having a wonderful weekend! You, too.

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  3. I especially love your fourth fragment, Kathleen. Thanks for sharing it.

    I, too, have read about an app to “autograph” an e-book, but to me, it just wouldn't be the same special feeling.

    Have a great week!

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