Hello, dear readers and participants of “Love Is In Da Blog 2018”. I hope you are having a lovely weekend. Mine is quiet I try to keep doing my breathing exercises and concentrate to stay in the moment.
I admit tomorrows prompt isn’t too creative but can you really do an ABC of Love without a kiss? Don’t think so! So tomorrows prompt is
You can surprise us with a KISS song, take a kissing selfie, write a poem, draw a picture. I am sure you will find something surprising. And to remind ourselves and to encourage newcomers here are the rules/suggestions to take part
“Love Is In Da Blog” Rules/suggestions
- Join in! No matter where, when and with what. You missed the first day or week? Don’t worry. Just jump in when it suits you.
- Send us the link! Unfortunately, my blog is now self-hosted and the ping-back option does not always work. So please leave a link in the comments on the day of the prompt that you are writing to so we can all come and visit you.
- Tag your post either with “Love Is In Da Blog” or #LoIsInDaBl. You can also use these as hashtags for Twitter and other Social Networks to give your post more exposure.
- No matter which medium the prompt favours you create with them whatever you please, and whatever length you please (no pun intended ) as long as it is about “LOVE.”
- If you like, use this picture for your readers to find the posts. You can download or copy and paste it here and the prompt 12 picture here
Fellow Bloggers write about Kisses:
In Dianes Kitchen: Secret Kiss Cookies
Debi Riley: Watercolour Secret, it’s in the “kiss”
Something to read about Kisses:
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Kiss, Kiss by Roald Dahl
In Kiss Kiss you will find eleven devious, shocking stories from the master of the unpredictable, Roald Dahl. What could go wrong when a wife pawns the mink coat that her lover gave her as a parting gift? What happens when a priceless piece of furniture is the subject of a deceitful bargain? Can a wronged woman take revenge on her dead husband?In these dark, disturbing stories Roald Dahl explores the sinister side of human nature: the cunning, sly, selfish part of each of us that leads us into the territory of the unexpected and unsettling. Stylish, macabre and haunting, these tales will leave you with a delicious feeling of unease.’Roald Dahl is one of the few writers I know whose work can accurately be described as addictive’ Irish TimesRoald Dahl, the brilliant and worldwide acclaimed author of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, James and the Giant Peach, Matilda, and many more classics for children, also wrote scores of short stories for adults. These delightfully disturbing tales have often been filmed and were most recently the inspiration for the West End play, Roald Dahl’s Twisted Tales by Jeremy Dyson. Roald Dahl’s stories continue to make readers shiver today.