Welcome back! It’s certainly nice of you 🙂
In my previous post I listed 15 reasons not to write, as a way of saying that, though writing is no walk in the park, I still enjoy doing it. A day or two later, I stumbled upon this nice quote from Pablo Picasso:
Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.
I already raved about outlining in the past. Now it’s time to rave about the complete opposite, and STILL make sense! Continue reading
I’m back and with some renewed energy. It has been about a month since I had to almost completely ignore this blog of mine, and I have missed it. Life wasn’t (and indeed ISn’t) boring, as you could see in my previous posts I was away from home, working in Seattle and had to juggle more than one major task. Not to say I am not busy these days… But where I had to do my “day job” during the day as well as the evenings (leaving scarce time to write) I can now at least use the evenings to work on my writing. Continue reading
The last thing I wrote for the writers group was an exercise I found very interesting, and one that I think might be very beneficial to “beginners” like me. The assignment was to write a conversation with no verbal speech. I took the advice of writing as an observer, rather than “participating” in that conversation, and I’d like to share the result with you here: Continue reading