Writing

A Q&A About Writing 

What’s more fun than asking questions about writing? Answering questions about writing.

What do you write about?

Most of my stories and poems are based on personal experience with some embellishment of course. I’ve realized there’s so much to write about if you pay attention in your day to day life. 

When do you write?

I usually write at night. I used to be a morning writer. Nowadays I read earlier in the day and write later. Also, if I need to edit, I prefer doing so in the daytime when I’m more awake and alert. Editing when my brain wants to shut down is never a good idea.

What are you currently working on?

Recently, I have been writing poems. I hope to submit a couple, the best ones obviously, to a few writing contests or competitions. I’ll probably post a lot of them on this blog sometime, especially during days I don’t have an idea for a article.

I’d love to hear your answers to these questions.

6 thoughts on “A Q&A About Writing 

  1. “You have to write the book that wants to be written. And if the book will be too difficult for grown-ups, then you write it for children.”

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  2. Great answers! I’m kind of all over the place with my writing. I’ve written novels, short stories, poetry, children’s books… No wonder I’m not ready for publication yet, lol.

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  3. I write blogs which may range from a Sunday (Evening) Post–which is a catch up and catch all to Monday Morning Musings–which often are as serious as poetry theory and as light as what I cooked over the week end. I write reviews of books I’ve read. I think I like that kind of writing best of all, for when I find a good book, I want to recommend it to everyone!
    I write in the early morning (think 4:00 a.m. or 5:00-6:00 a.m.) and in the early evening (often around 6:30-8:00 p.m.). Today I posted about cooking as an escape, and I’ve written responses to other people’s posts.

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