It is Monday and it is the first day of my next set of graduate classes. I am starting Poetry and Non-Fiction courses and to be honest I couldn’t be more excited. I do, however, owe my readers an apology in preparation for that class among other things I have certainly been slacking on my blog updates. That changes today.
Happy Monday Everyone!
Let’s Do Work.
One of the new categories I am introducing is called “Writing Places”. It is going to be a a photographic showcase of all the places I do my writing and all of the places I dream about doing my writing.
It occurred to me that I should probably show where I currently do most of my writing, I like to call it my hot mess desk. As you can see there are notebooks, laptops and general mayhem. I make notes everywhere and never seem to focus on any single project for more than a few moments at a time. I wonder if I could actually write in an organized space?
Where do you all do most of your writing? At home, at some exotic location? Is it neat and tidy or if possible is it even more chaotic than my current space?
As long as your writing I am sure the space is just write for your creative flow.
Have a Great Weekend Everyone!
Guess who’s back?
It was nice to step a way from here for a week and gain some perspective on what I want to do next.
As you can tell I have completely changed the layout of my blog, don’t worry some of the usual posts will still be coming but I will be introducing some brand new categories starting tomorrow night.
What I am most excited about is that I am going to start putting snippets of my works in progress up here for the world to see; I hope to receive good feedback and helpful criticism. I really want to continue to make this blog more and more interactive.
Thoughts? Ideas? Suggestions? Please feel free to share them.
Thank you for your patience, I can’t wait to see which way the wind takes our ship.
I just wanted to take a moment to THANK everyone for all of their support, we hit 1,500 followers last night. It’s not just the numbers that are exciting but it is the honest feedback that grabs my attention most.
I can’t tell you how grateful I am for all of your thoughts and words of encouragement.
I also want to take a moment and say that I truly appreciate all of the awards people have nominated me for, it is humbling and encouraging if only there was more time in the day.
I can’t wait to see what the next few months bring, I am planning on some changes and updates as I will finally have extra time to focus on my writing at the end of the next two weeks.
Let’s go great places together!
- Display the Award Certificate on your website.
- Announce your win with a post and link to whoever presented your award.
- Present 15 awards to deserving bloggers.
- Drop them a comment to tip them off after you’ve linked them in the post.
- Post 7 interesting things about yourself.
Thank you http://aliceswonderingland.wordpress.com for the nomination your creativity inspires mine.
7 Interesting Facts:
~Until the month of January I had no formal education in regards to writing (it can only get better from here) (Bachelors in Political Sciene)
~I have a love for the city of New Orleans that’s Unexplainable.
~The movie Breakfast at Tiffanys changed my life, who can resist the blue box?
~I am the proud owner of 110 pound Shepherd-Akita mix named Sasha.
~I enjoy F. Scott Fitzgerald as much as Nora Roberts; I need variety.
~I have lived in the state of Colorado my entire life and could never leave the beauty of the Mountains.
~I have completed my first novel; I have high hopes, I will let you all know as it progresses, Thanks for all your Support!
15 bloggers I nominate for this award: