Stories From One Creative Life
Congrats! I envy your cottage and write-ins. It can be hard to build any kind of writing and/or friend community and it looks like you are accomplishing both. Sigh... more envy.. but in a good way:)
Nice. Congrats on the article and on completing NaNo!
Thank you both!
PS--To Kim, it's taken a long time for me to feel "in" a community...and everything always looks simpler/easy-to-envy when you don't see all the behind the scenes. I have felt community-less for a long time. As you say, it's hard to build a writing or a friend community.
I really enjoyed this perspective on the NaNo process. I was all alone in my NaNo experience, and I think it would have been greatly enhanced by the company of some "real" writing partners. One of the things I've always loved best about my musical groups was joining together with other like minded artists in pursuit of a common goal. Writer's seldom have the opportunity to do that, and your article pointed out how being part of a community can change the whole endeavor for the better!Well done :)
Becca, I've often been envious of other types of artists, such as musicians, who generally get a community built in along with performing their art.
Writing in the cottage sounds great. I grew up in Easton and it's nice to hear about your writing life there.
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