Hello there, my fellow writers.
Today is Wednesday, which means it’s time for this month’s Insecure Writer’s Support Group post. In case you’re new, I’m one of many writers who write for the IWSG the first Wednesday of each month. Our goal is to encourage fellow writers with our stories about our own writing journey. Continue reading “Reveal Yourself, Impostor: An IWSG Post”
Good day, my friends.
I hope you’re enjoying the summer weather. (This might be a stretch for some, I imagine.) And I hope everyone is enjoying the time to spend with family or relaxing or whatever it is to help get through the “dog days.” (By the way, does anyone know what that phrase means?) Continue reading “2018 Mid-Season Report”
Good day, my fellow bloggers.
The first Wednesday is here, which means it’s IWSG post time. In case some of you are new to my blog, I’m part of a group created to encourage and support writers of all levels. The first Wednesday of each month, we share our stories, or we answer a question that the group provides to us. If you want to know more about the group or believe you can encourage fellow writers, go to the IWSG website to learn more and sign up. You won’t regret it. I promise.
Continue reading “Solving the Name Puzzle: An IWSG Post”
Hello to my writing and blogging friends.
Today, I’m going to share a few things about this month that have significant influence on me as a writer and person. Continue reading “An Active Month”
Good day, my writing and blogging friends.
It’s Wednesday, which means it’s Insecure Writer’s Support Group day. Can’t believe we’re a third of the way through the year. And Spring is in full bloom. And at least where I live, it’s finally feeling like Spring. The bees are out in full force. Allergies are flaring. And many of us are prepping the yards for the summer. Continue reading “There Is A Season: An IWSG Post”
Good day, my writing/blogging friends.
It’s Wednesday, which means it’s time for this month’s Insecure Writer’s Support Group entry. We’ve reached the end of the first three months of the year, going into the second three. There’s a lot going on in the writing/blogging community. Continue reading “Quarterly Update: An IWSG Post”
Hi there, my writing and blogging friends.
I’m sorry for my lack of activity the last couple of months. Outside of the Insecure Writer’s Support Group posts, I haven’t been active on the blogging front. Lately, I’ve been dealing with some personal stuff and I’m hoping that they will resolve themselves so that I can get back into a writing groove.
Anyway, I wanted to let you guys know that I’m going to give Project Blacklight a little makeover. Allow me to backtrack for a moment.
I’ve been using the Twenty Sixteen WordPress theme for a couple of years now. It worked for me because it was simple. Recently, I read a post from another blogger on WordPress about making blogs stand out. One suggestion was adding pictures to the posts, which I was working on. It’s hard to find pictures that convey the message/theme I want to present in my posts. A blog I read suggested Pixabay, a website with millions of copyright-free images. They have an app as well, so I’m thinking about adding it to my iPhone.
Another suggestion was adding a graphic/logo. At its infancy, my blog had a logo and a tagline, but I took it down when I changed the original theme. It was too much to think about and I was worried about copyright infringement. And besides, the logo didn’t fit the title. (But I had second thoughts on the title after I made the blog live. Still do.)
I tweeted a poll on Twitter a couple of weeks ago on whether I should make some cosmetic changes changes to my blog; adding a header graphic or a logo. It was close, but people said I should make some changes. So now, I’m looking into WordPress themes, as well as searching free stock image websites, that will fit the style and aesthetic of my blog. It’s going to take some time, though. But the content will stay the same. I will still share my writing works and my insights on the writing process and my take on issues that I feel are important.
Until next time…
Good day, my writing/blogging friends.
It’s hard to believe we are entering a fourth of the new year. Where does the time go? Anyway, it’s the first Wednesday of the month, which means it’s time for another Insecure Writer’s Support Group post. (Side note: I have to think of another way to introduce these posts. I enjoy writing them and I hope you guys enjoy reading them.)
Before I begin, I need to get something off my chest. I want to thank Alex Cavanaugh and the administrative team for allowing me to write these posts. Continue reading “Establishing a Reward System: An IWSG Post”
Hello, my fellow writers.
It’s a rainy day here in Georgia. Usually a good time for writing. And being that it’s the first Wednesday of the month, it’s time for my Insecure Writer’s Support Group post. I have to say that for this month, I had a hard time deciding on what to talk about. I thought about answering the optional question, but I had this feeling I needed to talk about something else. Continue reading “Resolving To Be Imperfect: An IWSG Post”
I was in a StoryDam chat this past Thursday on Twitter. I shared a little bit on how I was struggling to write a story. I told my fellow writers I was losing interest in the story because I was neither thrilled with the plot nor the character. And this is where things got interesting. Continue reading “Down the Rabbit Hole”