Renegade Writers Guild

Bringing writers together to form a supportive alliance which encourages writers to pen creative thoughts.



“Pacifiers” by Gaye Hoots

Pacifier is something or someone who appeases. Continue reading ““Pacifiers” by Gaye Hoots”


“My Smith Corona” by Gaye Hoots

When I was in seventh grade my father had back surgery. Continue reading ““My Smith Corona” by Gaye Hoots”

“Distractions” by Gaye Hoots

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“I Cannot Tell a Lie” by Gaye Hoots

My female cousins and I saw smoke as we were walking through the woods behind my grandparent’s home. Continue reading ““I Cannot Tell a Lie” by Gaye Hoots”

“Funny Bones” by Gaye Hoots

My sister and I lived at the old Marchmont Plantation when we were in elementary school. Continue reading ““Funny Bones” by Gaye Hoots”

“Advance Roots” by Gaye Hoots

I was home alone when a stranger rang the doorbell.  Continue reading ““Advance Roots” by Gaye Hoots”

“Faceless People” by Gaye Hoots

The news of another school shooting brings a sense of helplessness, frustration, and sadness. Continue reading ““Faceless People” by Gaye Hoots”

“A Memorable Vacation” by Gaye Hoots

When my girls were five and seven years old a friend invited us to accompany her on a trip to Florida to visit her in-laws. Continue reading ““A Memorable Vacation” by Gaye Hoots”

“We” by Gaye Hoots

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