According to Merriam-Webster, to PERUSE means to go over and mentally take in the content of something. Well, I’ve been perusing various posts this morning and have discovered some new and delectable choices on the internet buffet. I thought you might like to peruse them, too, if you haven’t already.
An excellent article:
In his latest post, John Pavlovitz says a lot about what is really important during this time of physical distancing. Though we’re all waiting out this quarantine, don’t miss out on the joys of today. Do take a moment to pop over and read his article HERE.
National Poetry Month:
A couple of important writing prompts have been announced. National Poetry Month starts today. For a touch of home and romance, you can read S. Thomas Summers’ verse, A Kiss, here.
A New Month-Long Prompt from WP:
A few days ago Ben Huberman from WordPress announced that they would be offering writing prompt words all through the month of April — possibly for the sake of those who are isolated at home with not much to do. More info HERE. The first word is up now and it follows the April 1st theme: JOKE.
And there’s always Friday Fictioneers and the Ragtag Daily Prompt. In case you are sitting at home and need something to keep busy with. I noticed when the snow all melted that our yard needs a good clean-up. 🙂