Welcome Dear Readers! Well today the Trifecta Writing Challenge is to describe our writing process in three words as did one of our Trifecta Editor’s most favorite writers, Neil Gaiman. One of the questions asked of him was, “Can you tell us your writing process in three words?” He replied, “Glare. Drink tea.” –
At first, I wanted to say “I got nothing” but I thought, that’s not really a process, so, instead, I decided to go with:
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Until next time . . . I love you
35 thoughts on “A 3-Word Trifecta Challenge:”
“I got nothing” works a lot for my process too….silly muse. 🙂
Haha! Great minds think alike! 😀
Nice one! I like the drawing too.
Oh Thank you Gabriella! 😀
My process can vary depending on the day, but with kids underfoot ALL summer long, it would definitely be: Practice Patient Penning!
Oh my gosh I remember those days! And that’s a perfectly describes Mom’s summer penning plight! HA! 😀
This post is as fun as a double stuffed Oreo! Words of wisdom-and pictures too! I love it!!
Oh thanks so much Valerie!! Oh double stuffed Oreos! Be still my beating tongue! 😀
Ear-plugs. Coffee. Prayer.
(had to hyphenate it so it would count!)
Hahaha! Love it and when the ear plugs and the coffee don’t work, there always prayer. LOL!! 😀
Yep… that fits you to a ‘T’ …. especially the ideas you ‘conjure up Diane’
Oh thanks Diane! Conjuring up ideas is the funnest pastime ever!! 😀
Great use of alliteration and graphics – love those expressions. And conjure is a really good word.
Oh thank you so much Sarah Ann! 😀
Love your words – especially conjure and careen. And your illustrations are fabulous! 🙂
Oh thank you so much Suzanne! 😀
A perfect description of your writing!
A close second could have been Unleash The Peanut!
But yours is better, and no matter what the process is, I’m glad you do it!! (And gladder I get to read it!)
AW, Thank you so much Guap! Unlease The Peanut!! Oh I wish I would have though of that. (I appreciate so much all your wonderful comments and support! You’re just the best!) xoxo
But yet you still manage to turn out great stuff!
Oh Joe!! Thank you!!! 😀
Love your words. Love your illustrations. Thanks for linking up.
You are so welcome. I love the wonderful, wonderful Trifecta Challenge. It’s such an important part of my writing and my week. Thank you for always being there!!
Thank you Barbara. I love it when you love it! 😀
As long as you’re not doing such in a piece of heavy machinery, have at it.
LOL! and without taking any cold medication and all the other medications it’s perfectly okay to take as long as you “don’t operate heavy machinery” HA!
Before the image loaded I thought you were doing a double entry using the last words of every LV post 😉
Until next time!
Oh shoot Brain! I sure wish I would have!!! 😀
I got nothing works sometimes. Anyway, I like what you settled on and the drawing made me smile 😀
Ah! So glad Janna! 😀
Projure opposite nonsense
Oh I love it (confession: had to look up projure and I’m still confused) But I love it anyway. With all my heart and soul! 😀
I just know it’s the careening that makes you so funny! Great one, Linda!
Ah! What a nice compliment! Thanks Kymm!!
Mine – fingers on keys