I’ll try to be transparent about my week-to-week writing efforts. I’ll even post some drafts and snippets for everyone to gawk at and tear apart for me. I could always get better at accepting criticism.
This week I’m going to try to get back to some creative writing after spending a lot of my writing time preparing this week’s launch of the blog. Lunch Ticket is the first lit mag to reject me AND suggest I continue submitting. It’s my first half-win as a poet. I really want to create something wonderful with them in mind.
I try really hard to get writing in during the day and use my lunch break at work to do so. Now that it’s nice out I don’t have to pay for a beverage and sit in a loud cafe. Argo Tea is going to go bankrupt without me in there everyday ordering a Coconut Oolong.
The journal is by Live Inspired. I adore all of their journals and they are so reasonably priced at $6.95. I discovered them at my local art shop and have been addicted ever sense. The ones I like are from their “Write Now” series. The covers are inspirational, some have quotes, and all of them have beautiful images every few pages. They make my endless scrawling a little bit more interesting.
What are you working on this week? Do you write by hand? Let me know if I am an old fogey…
5 thoughts on “What I’m Working On”
You have inspired me to write an article I’ve been wanting to write for almost a year (for Under 30 CEO). That is what I’m working on this week!
You have inspired me to write an article I’ve been wanting to write for “Under 30 CEO” for almost a year now. That is now what I’m working on this week…Thank You!
Woohoo! Go get it girl!
Write by hand?! I feel like that’s a lost art form these days. I revise by hand for sure, I refer to it as “getting physical” with my work. I typically write on my computer because I type faster than I can scrawl. Also, I’d love to read some of your poetry. POST. IT.
I do tend to type faster than I write but, like you said, I like getting physical. 🙂