Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Writer's Block.

I realize I failed on the National Write A Novel in a month challenge last month, but in my defense, my current real life situation only allows the sprints of writing, not the marathons. Someday, someday. I created a Page on this blog as a place to capture the fiction I write, so check it out when you get a chance.

Understand, I am not a great editor or proofreader of my own work. I sometimes write sporadically and impulsively. I may not have fleshed out the greatest character development or captivating plot lines. Please do not judge; however, if you ever have a critique of my writing, I wholly welcome it, in fact, encourage it.  I will always answer with a simple "thank you," and then choose to alter or not as I choose, just as I would expect and encourage anyone who is trying to put something creative out there in the ether.

I have been sketching out another short little story for about two weeks or so now, and am a little stuck. Always love my beginnings. Every day should start off with a "Once Upon A Time" in my opinion.

Postscript: Just re-read Chapter 5 of Blackberry Winter. Like enjoying my own cooking, that's not too bad!

3 comments:

  1. Oh! Stories and Drabbles wasn't there before, was it? This is wonderful, thank you. /cast Cup of Hot Chocolate.

    I now have a reading list for my iPad that I can read in the evenings while my husband watches Hitler make his way through Europe yet another time.

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  2. Cheers to you! I'll add some fresh whipped cream and French caramel, if you'd like, too!

    I am sincere in that I would love any critiques you have. Writing is fun, but done too long in a vacuum, I start to lose oxygen.

    I have had blogs before, and since I started this one for pure selfish fun, I didn't pay too much attention to its interface/design. I think over the holidays I'll give it a rennovation. But not before I clean out a junk drawer or two. 'Tis the season to have shards of glitter in the eyes and pine needle punctures.

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  3. Postcript: Does your husband know how it ends? :)

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