He was an excellent speaker, unobtrusive but captivating. He did not flog us ten easy steps to getting published, nor did he attempt to dazzle us with eloquent yet empty verbosity. The man spoke simply and humbly and said just this: Write what you know.
This week has been very busy and will only get busier (I have an essay due Thursday but I'm working the next two nights so I need to get it done today). So instead of writing a full on post, here are some more little snippets from my notebook. They are not necessarily true, they … Continue reading Notes
Once more I have very little to say (it happens sometimes) so here's some snippets from my notebook. I stared at him, unsure how to respond to the compliment hanging expectantly in the air between us and I wanted so badly to cry because this was not how it was meant to be. But I … Continue reading More Notes From My Pockets
Hi guys! This week's challenge is Write about Vision. The capital letter is a deliberate windup. It was intended and is grammatically correct. Or could be anyway... Happy Writing!
Hi lads! Hope you're all having a good week. I can't believe it's September already. Only 18 days until I'm forced into casting a vote which will have the potential to change my country completely. Oh the joys. On a more interesting subject, here is this week's challenge: Using the picture on a mug from … Continue reading Writing Challenge – Week 34