A Good Writing Day! #SOL19

I participate in the TWOWRITINGTEACHERS.ORG Slice of Life Challenge every Tuesday.

I started the day writing my stories for Camp NaNoWriMo. I am using a plot structure for at least one of the stories and started to flesh it out around the framework I already created. It is going ok but I do not find it as exciting as my normal writing I must admit. I have two other structures I am going to play with as well for this series of stories.

I read my poem, essay, and short story for the day. The short story I listened to from the New Yorker Fiction podcast which was interesting. I liked the commentary afterwards.

I met my writing friend at a local restaurant and we wrote together. I brought a prompt and she brought a prompt. It was great fun and then we talked about what we wrote. It was surprsing what I came up with and it was fulfilling. I have a seed for another short story now.

I had my online group monthly Zoom call. There really wasn’t much talking about writing. We did some sprints. I had already written a lot so I cut out early.

What kind of writing day did you have?

8 thoughts on “A Good Writing Day! #SOL19

  1. I enjoyed reading about your varied writing activities, how each one is unique in its writing setting, purpose, intended audience, and form/style. I’ve never actually listed or categorized my writing. I think I will take time this week to do that. Your post will be a mentor reflection for me.

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  2. I very much enjoyed reading about the different ways you engaged with words today! And so intentionally too, with all kinds of different tools and contexts and communities. You are clearly very committed to your writing practice, and why not, it’s working for you! It’s certainly why I’m committed to SoL. And I had a lovely writing day today thank you!

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