Author Archives: loisasmith

Remember Me (a poem)

Now I lay me down to sleep My soul in Death’s eternal keep So sad my life has reached it’s end But Death comes to all my friend I’ve just one thing of you to ask A tiny, insignificant task … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned

  NaNoWriMo is almost over. A month of concentrated writing culminating in a 50,000 word first draft. I signed up. I started out strong. I failed miserably! Am I upset? No. I learned something about myself. I am not NaNoWriMo … Continue reading

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Bella Roma

What a beautiful place Rome is! Yes, I’ve been. Just got back a few days ago. There’s so much to tell, it’s hard to know where to start, so I’ll just start with my arrival at the airport. We (Phil, … Continue reading

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Persistence

Persist – to continue steadfastly or firmly in some state, purpose, course of action, or the like, especially in spite of opposition – to last or endure tenaciously – to be insistent in a statement, request, question, etc. If you want … Continue reading

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Hello again

It’s been a while, hasn’t it? But then you may not have noticed…LOL.   What have I been up to, you ask? Ok, so you didn’t ask. I’ll tell you anyway. I’ve been waiting. Actually, I’ve been waiting for a … Continue reading

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Blind Date

I sat at the stained and nicked diner table waiting. I was nervous. Who wouldn’t be? I mean, anyone would be nervous before a blind date, right? I opened my cell phone and checked the time again, 6:49. I still … Continue reading

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We Have A New Passion!

Welcome to Tulsa Screenwriters Workshop!   We have a new (sub) group! Isn’t it exciting? We’re gonna learn to write a screenplay!   What’s a screenplay you ask? Well, it’s the manuscript a director uses to make a movie. Mostly … Continue reading

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