Tracy S. Morris

Quirky Mysteries, Screwball Fantasy and Sassy History

Archive for January, 2011

365 Day Project – heart 1/16/11 .jpg

heart 1/16/11 .jpg, originally uploaded by tracysmorris75. A wall sconce at a friend’s house.

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365 Day Project -tumbleweeds 1/15/11.jpg

tumbleweeds 1/15/11.jpg, originally uploaded by tracysmorris75. Some dogs shed hairballs. My boy dog sheds tumbleweeds.

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Friday Stats

Word count: 1,000 Stories out: 2 it’s not much, but it is a start.

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365 Day Project – missing 1/14/11.jpg

missing 1/14/11.jpg, originally uploaded by tracysmorris75. If you love something, set it free. If it comes back to you it is yours.  Last Friday I set my stylus free at a rest stop in Iowa. It still has not returned. 

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365 Day Project -pizza again 1/13/11.jpg

pizza again 1/13/11.jpg, originally uploaded by tracysmorris75. I was playing with perspective in this photo. I think I may be spending too much time eating out.

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365 Day Project Midwest orient 1/12/11.jpg

Midwest orient 1/12/11.jpg, originally uploaded by tracysmorris75. I like the repeating pattern of the lights. Having a zoom lens adult have made them seem closer and would have dropped out the distracting background.

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Words on a Wednesday – The Third Alternative

I’m back to working on It Came To Tranquility. I was a little worried that I would have to refresh my memory on a few points, but I fell back into the plot very easily.

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365 Day Project – nectar 1/11/11

nectar 1/11/11, originally uploaded by tracysmorris75. When I lived in Kentucky, I was hooked on a local soda called Ale 8 One. Now I can only have it when I order it.

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Author Spotlight: Lou Antonelli – Sympathy for Salieri

Lou Antonelli is a writer in every sense of the word. He is a classically-schooled journalist at Columbia University who has been writing in the profession since he was 16. Lou is a native Northeasterner who found himself living deep in the heart of Texas. This theme runs through his books “Fantastic Texas” and “Texas […]

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Monday Musing – Be Patient, but Have a Sense of Urgency

Over the Christmas Holiday I have been guilty of not writing fiction. It’s tough when you have non-fiction deadlines and presents to shop for and peanut brittle to make, and . . . and . . . and. But that kind of break is not good for my writing life. Especially when I want to […]

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