Well, it was a busy week for me. Not only does the writers wokshop online keep me busy, but my mystery-novel in progress does. After being critiqued by the on-line group, I’ve made many changes and all for the good, I hope.
My last post was on 3/26 and the Cliche:
T.G.I.F.: Thank God It’s Friday. Glad we made it to the last day of the traditional 5-day workweek. Probably started by teachers, but by mid-1900s taken over by all who work at a 5 day job. Boston GLobe from 1991 to 2000 ran a column entitled T.G.I.F.
Anyway, thank God for small favors. It’s Friday again and I’m back to this blog. Why do we write?
Most writers write because they can’t not write. At least that’s my opinion. If I don’t write every day at something, I feel down and I’m not happy. Writing, for me, is for my soul. I may never get a book published. I say that because I have published in magazines. However, if I didn’t write every day, I’d wither and not feel good about my self.
It would be great if I get published so I could entertain others, but just entertaining me makes me feel good. Writing is like a cleanser. It refreshes and makes my soul sparkle.
So why do you write?
Well, that does it for now. Check into this blog and find the cliches and hopefully get some entertainment at the same time. Till next time,