Mystery Mondays: Author P.J. Lazos on Writing Exercises

Many thanks to Kristina Stanley for hosting me on her blog!

Ready for a little writing fun? Well, come along and try this!

KRISTINA STANLEY

Today on Mystery Mondays we welcome author P.J. Lazos. Also known as Pam, she wrote OIL WATER,  about oil spills and green technology. She’s also an environmental lawyer, so I’m guessing she knows what she’s writing about. Sound interesting? You can find out more after her guest post.

If you need help getting your creativity working, this is the blog for you. Over to Pam.

A Prompt Prompt Prompted Me Promptly by P.J. Lazos

Prompt. The word is fascinating and versatile. It’s a noun, a verb, an adjective and an adverb. Holy guacamole, how often does that happen? It’s like winning the EGOT — Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony, a laudable goal shared by only 12 lucky and hardworking people. It makes you wonder, is there anything a word like that can’t do? (I found a blog post on the internet that listed 56 similarly situated words (https://onweb3.wordpress.com/2013/08/14/663/); prompt…

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About pjlazos

writer, blogger, environmentally hopeful
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7 Responses to Mystery Mondays: Author P.J. Lazos on Writing Exercises

  1. I knew P.J. was a cli-fi author, but I didn’t realize she’d written about an oil spill. There may or may not be a similar theme in something I am writing.

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  2. OOH. I go to read xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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  3. Thank you for reblogging!

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