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by on July 12, 2013

This weekend’s Trifecta prompt was to describe our writing process in three words. This is rather hard to do. I had one idea, but then I decided that zombie-penguinification isn’t really a proper word (though obviously it should be). So here’s a more realistic portrayal of what my wirting process is like.

“Muse! SPEAK!”



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  1. Cobbie's World permalink

    Crap! Dialogue! Ugh! πŸ™‚

  2. I liked zombie-penguinification – it was sure to be a word no other response would use πŸ™‚

    Alas, I like this version, too. The muse is temperamental and doesn’t respond on command!

    • Maybe next weekend. πŸ˜€ She is awfully temperamental, isn’t she? I think I’ve upset her.

  3. listen till victory

  4. mairzeebp permalink

    So familiar with this, that’s for sure! πŸ™‚

  5. Damn you Muse! Work with me!

  6. Kir Piccini permalink

    Just like a woman, when you want her to talk….(am I right?)

    This was funny, witty, GOOD.


    • Thanks! Friday! Woohoo!

      • Kir Piccini permalink

        I’m with you…I.AM.Sooooo.HAPPY that it’s Friday!

        CHEERS to the MUSE! πŸ˜‰

  7. Miserable Muse doesn’t realize where her bread is buttered.

  8. Bryan Ens permalink

    too true!

  9. hahaha this is the best i’ve seen so far! XD

  10. durned muse!!!! well done. (and, sadly so true)

  11. My advice in 3 words? Push that muse. πŸ™‚

  12. Funny choice!

  13. I hate it when my muse does that to me too! Perfect three words!

  14. Ha! Your muse is a baller, you gotta work on your sweet talk πŸ˜‰

    • And she’s a gamer. A shot-caller. All she does is win, all (all) she does is win…..:D

  15. Try a little tenderness!

  16. Nice! I really like how you did this!

  17. Draug419 permalink

    So that’s where my muse has been picking up his bad habits–he hangs out with yours.

  18. πŸ™‚ Thanks for cheering up my morning. Marie.

  19. Haha! Followed by send Muse to stand in corner until it changes attitude! πŸ˜€

  20. debseeman permalink

    Dang! Way to make me look like an amateur. Great word choices!

    • I would say thanks, except I suddenly realized that I have a typo in my introduction. I have apparently described my “wirting” process. There’s an amateur in all of us. πŸ™‚

  21. Time to get a new muse, perhaps one that’s more talkative – or less contrary? πŸ˜‰

    • Maybe I should put in a call to the Muses’ Union…or wherever one obtains muses. Muses-R-Us?

  22. Very clever. LOL. I really enjoy writer-muse interactions, however short.

    • Thanks! I enjoy them as well, and they do seem to work for these weekend prompts. πŸ™‚

  23. Sassy muse! Better keep him in line.

    Thank you for linking up!

  24. Haha! Love that!

  25. This one is perfect. I’m convinced my muse is a petulant child.

    • Clearly, our muses need to be put in time-out. Deprived of privileges. Something!

  26. Oh no!

    I don’t have a muse. Maybe this is my problem …

    This is brilliant and funny.

  27. That happens unfortunately to often.. Muse will only speak at midnight

  28. Haha, pesky muse! So true

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