I’ve been away from regular blogging for a while now, as many bloggers are if they are not regimented in their routine. I’d love to be one of those writers who can just churn out post after interesting post on a daily, or even weekly basis, but alas…I’m not that disciplined. I read a blog this morning that inspired me to find ways to get my creative writing-juices flowing and it suggested morning journal writing. I suppose it wouldn’t have to be done in the morning, but that is the time of day before the kids wake up, and after the first sip of divinity called coffee, and may be the quietest time of the day. I think I’ll try it and see what happens. It won’t be posted here, but it may inspire some future blog postings, so stay tuned.
What do you do to get your creative writing-juices flowing? (If that’s even a thing! ) 🙂
I’ve been spending my down-time working on two book projects; one is an autobiography that my grandmother wrote before she passed away about her life in northern Germany before, during and after the wars (WWI and WWII) when she immigrated to America, and the other is a story about life in a market. It’s a funny book about the characters who work there, their daily drama, and situational comedies that take place among the meat isles and bakery, etc. While I don’t have a lot of time to invest in these projects, I am motivated by the prospect of publishing them. That gets me excited!
In a few weeks, I’ll have a short memoir published in an anthology compiled and edited by Coco Harris and Telling Our Stories Press. Yet another small stepping stone in my quest to be a published author! It’s titled Reflections and is coming soon….write on!!!
“Words are a lens to focus one’s mind” -Ayn Rand