Category Archives: My Writer’s Journal

MY WRITER’S JOURNAL – Workshops and Revelations

    They don’t call them workshops for nothing. They truly are a lot of work. Some days I wonder why I do all the things I do to be known as a writer. It seems like I’m always complaining about some aspect of it that has nothing to do with the actual writing of […]

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MY WRITER’S JOURNAL – Sept. 19, 2017 – Workshops

      Got an out of town meeting tonight about the workshop I’m creating with two other writers. Naturally, this takes time away from working on my novel — as many things do. However, as a first-time author, I have learned that it’s necessary to find ways to introduce myself to people so that […]

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MY WRITER’S JOURNAL – Sept. 18, 2017 – Writing Groups

A few days ago, I wrote about how lonely it can be sometimes when you’re a writer. I spend a lot of time in front of my computer pecking away at the keys, making notes for my research to add to my already thick binder, as I try to piece together my story from the […]

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MY WRITER’S JOURNAL – Sept. 15, 2017 – Artist Dates

If you read yesterday’s post, you’ll know that I was experiencing a bout of loneliness connected with being a writer. With the help on an online writing buddy, who understood and supported me, I was able to get some work done. ┬áBy the end of the day I was back on the front porch (where […]

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MY WRITER’S JOURNAL – Sept. 14, 2017 – LONELINESS

Writing, is by nature, a lonely business. Most days, I don’t mind working alone. But some days are harder than most. Especially when I know my friends are out having fun: playing tennis, participating in a study group, travelling, or being involved in some other activity where they’ll make new friends. But I have made […]

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MY WRITER’S JOURNAL

Hi all of you writer’s out there. I’v been thinking about doing a daily writing journal for a while now. I’ve been putting it off, (it’s called procrastination) like writer’s do. I thought I needed to advertise it first to prepare everyone for the start of this venture. The trouble is, by waiting, you’re missing […]

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