This is slightly delayed from yesterday as I decided to make yesterday's post a the 1st campaigner challenge :)
Hi, everyone! I hope y'all had a fantabulous holiday weekend. I did. Let's see.
- I knitted a handful of squares for my knitted quilt that never ends;
- I played badminton like I was being paid for it, against my fiance (we didn't keep score, but I'm betting he won…just a thought);
- we had a grill-out, not to be confused with a cookout, because that would involve people outside of my homage, lol;
- annnnd I spent way too much time on Urban Threads blog (Ah-mazing) dreaming of being crafty and Pinterest, also dreaming of being crafty.
Today, I want to do another Q&A with y'all. Really, there are only 2 questions, one to test something that I've been thinking about, and one to…okay they both fall into that category. Fair warning, these questions may be more applicable to my writer readers out there…But I want anyone and everyone to answer :)
1. Does your writing of one thing bleed into you having a passion to write other things? (like lyrics, picture books, scripts, jingles, poetry, tshirts, slogans, etc…)
2. When you mistype/misspell a word a few words back into what you're writing, do you erase back to that word or move your cursor back and fix the error? (I have a theory that these are the only definitive categories of writer types that exist. Lol. You know, maybe…)
Here's my answers to start the ball rolling…
1. YES. My problem is I want to write everything, and I know I will and do. Poetry, script ideas, a want to write children's books too, tshirts, lyrics…I have brain book entries for them all.
2. I erase back if I make a mistake. I know its counterproductive, but it's true. At least I type quickly enough to balance that…
It's your turn below!
Now to leave you with a song to write by, "How Many Times, How Many Lies" by The Pussycat Dolls. I think when I go diva and sing (moving my hands to match whatever octave I pretend to hit), I rock this song.
And on one last final note, thanks for all of the <3 for my flash fiction entry yesterday. I'm really glad you all seemed to like it. I kind of like the restrictions, and I'm thinking about doing a self-pubbed collections of shorts. I don't know if I should make them short stories or a whole bunch of flash fictions. Either way, they'd all be around a central theme. What do you all think? Short stories or flash? Let me know below!