Thought cobwebs

I’ve temporarily cut back on blogging cleanfor my put-my-life-back-in-order spring cleaning — a project known far and wide as the Annual Purge.  I’ll be blogging regularly again in approximately two weeks. Until then, stop by every day for the 100 Things Challenge to bone up on your extinct words. You never know when you’ll need one.  🙂
I’ll also post the occasional writing prompt project on my other blogs. As a matter of fact, I have one up today. I mainly promote my books on my satellite blogs and talk about everything else on this one. If you’re interested in past posts Check out the links tab above. If you like what you see, I do have a 1st and 2nd chapter sampling for free. See the link below.

Come March, I’ll be in The Romance Reviews month long anniversary bash, then on to April’s A to Z Challenge. I’ll be ready. Those cobwebs weren’t only hanging in the corners of my ceiling, they’ve been in my head too! I think up all sorts of things while I clean. So far, I’ve ideas for letters C, H, K, L, P, and Y for the A to Z Challenge. Yesterday, I took a  midday break and was inspired to work on an entire chapter of my magnum opus (see previous posts) Clarity of thought is why I clean house.  Don’t tell my husband. He thinks I do it because I’m neat.  Ha! I don’t think neat and author go together.


Another 100 Things Blogging Challenge! For 100 days, I’ll post something from my chosen topic: Words on the Verge of Extinction. There are 44 entries to come.

Here’s one for today:

Weequashing (noun 1888-1902)

spearing of fish or eels by torchlight from canoes


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About ~RoseAnderson

Rose Anderson is an award-winning author and dilettante who loves great conversation and delights in discovering interesting things to weave into stories. Rose also writes under the pen name Madeline Archer.
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2 Responses to Thought cobwebs

  1. Ray G says:

    Maybe weequashing should be brought back. The chief steward on the USNS WATERS home ported at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station used to use one of the ship’s spotlights to find and catch large fish when I was on it in 2002-2003. After I returned to Virginia I saw a program about illegal catching of shell fish and getting them mixed in with shellfish that had been inspected. The program showed a boat observed catching shellfish at night in waters where it was prohibited. The boat was stopped by the Coast Guard and the operators arrested.

    • Mixing uninspected shellfish in with the shellfish that passed muster is a dangerous game that could poison people. The waterways in my state are having issues with Asian carp. I’ve seen DNR video where that large fish comes flying into the boats and injures fishermen. Just imagine the unsuspecting weequashing at night. They’d likely get pummeled in a hail of carp.

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