Poetry: How to Include it in Your Writing
Poetry and including poems in our writing is one of those interesting literary devices that is either loved or hated by both the writer and the reader.
As a writer, I myself love a bit of poetry here and there. The chance to break away from writing my story and have a little fun jotting down a few rhymes is always a welcome break to the slow plod that is often storytelling. However, I have often wondered if readers love it just as much? Or would they simply skim over it and continue on reading the story?
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Writer’s Winter Blues
As these long, dark winter days start to feel endless, monotonous and mundane, I often find myself uninspired and lethargic when it comes to my writing. I like lots of light and getting out of doors often helps me organize my thoughts. Two things that we don’t see much of or can do in the winter!
The Top Five Things a New Year Means to a Writer
- A New Start on Finally Writing your Book
- A Whole Year Ahead to Explore Your Writing Ability
- Opportunities Yet Unknown
- Another Year to be Inspired All Over Again
- Fresh Determination to Use Your Talents and Gifts
(And Bonus! – A Totally New Chance to tackle that TBR pile! 🙂
A Writer’s Hygge
As the long winter months stretch before us and I am gearing up for some short days and long nights ahead, I started thinking again about a concept I read about earlier this year. The concept of Hygge. This is a Danish idea that basically translates into English as the art form of creating feelings of cozy, warm contentment and wellness.
So, is anyone else doing NaNoWriMo this month? I am thinking about joining in for the first time. 🙂 I am almost finished with my second novel and I thought that this would be the perfect push to help me finish! We will see how it goes especially since Thanksgiving is this month and I have some vacation time planned!
Because the Words…
Why does a writer write? Because the words call to us. The stories won’t tell themselves. If there is one thing authors all have in common, it is their love of words. Words are our paint. Our clay. Our plants in our garden. Building our imaginary worlds with words makes us architects.