First task this week:
Imagine two different venues for writing – one that seems most suited to you, and one that you would find bizarre or too difficult. Write a paragraph describing two writers at work, one in each of the venues.
Jolting awake Liza reached over and turned off her alarm. Continue reading
NaNoWriMO starts next month and I signed up! I’ve been thinking about it for awhile, but had decided to wait until next year. I know nothing about writing. Also I can’t use a keyboard. Awesome excuses, don’t you agree? Continue reading
I started a creative writing course last week, it is free, from the Open University. It is confusing and slightly overwhelming, as it’s free it is peer group orientated. There are like a thousand plus participants. It is possible to read all the comments, but responding in a relevant way is tough and time consuming. Even reading is exhausting.
Today, I will show you the exercises I did this week. Continue reading
Every week I make a new plan.
Letting go of the past. Look to the future.
Procrastinate by playing hangman.
My checklist waits patiently. Continue reading
My week was a victory.
I fought back the misery.
It began with dizziness,
and is ending with sickness.
Sounds like a failure,
but I am a warrior. Continue reading