It dawned on me this morning that I can’t possibly participate in NaNoWriMo this year. I have three big projects going on besides my job, and I wouldn’t be able to give it my full TLC that it deserves. So — till next year, folks! Best wishes to those people that are going to write one novel in the month of November. I’m rooting for you! 🙂
I am a music lover who particularly enjoys songs that tell a story. (I’m not surprised, since I like stories so much.) The more you listen to a story song, the more details you pick up. Stories can bring on many different emotions and can teach you something, if you’re paying attention.
I think human beings are a form of storytelling. Sometimes there’s plenty of action or suspense or mystery going on in their lives, questions to be answered, character descriptions…
What story are you telling by the way you live your life? Do people see the real you, or are you an actor portraying yourself?
Let’s carry this one step further. If you were a story or a book, what type would you be? Adventure, comedy, poetry? Sunshine Factor wants to know. Please let me hear from you soon. Thanks!
00000——–> the zeros are a gift to you from my cat Rachael.
- Storytelling for Boy Scout Camp – Chicago area (themysteryshopblog.wordpress.com)
- Introducing the story that will rule my life come Novemeber – NaNoWriMo 2013 (codycthomas.wordpress.com)
- Storytelling in the 21st Century (bravewrldmux.wordpress.com)
- Gone Home: A Tale Of Two Dads (rockpapershotgun.com)
As a writer for both children and adults, I often give human traits to plants and animals. My imagination seems to soar, turning things I see in my everyday life into a story or poem.
Instead of writing of series of “humanizing” posts, I will reserve each Wednesday for my humanizing writing. I have two ideas so far, and having a focus for Wednesdays will prompt me to keep on finding more stories.
My first “humanizing” post will be Wednesday, August 21st. I hope you will join me. 🙂