Wrong Word

Okay, so yesterday, I used the wrong word for the situation. The correct word was writing prompt. My account was not hacked into, WordPress just decided to place a writing prompt at the top of the page that I would normally click on to write or post something.

I was upset with this for several reasons.

  1. It was a question about living without technology a day after I posted about returning to landlines. So it seemed a little personal.
  2. We see writing prompts on social media. I feel like any service you pay for, you should have 100% say over what goes on-whatever it is. I’ve been a member of WordPress and paying for five years now, so. I’d rather not see writing prompts when I open my blank canvas.
  3. I don’t need them. Some people might. I don’t.

I’m not going to make a big deal out of this because once you start writing, they disappear, but still, it’s not the point.

Alright, have a wonderful day everyone, and check back later for December’s first edition of Moon Scope.


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