Wendy Van Camp at No Wasted Ink has been gracious enough to allow me to guest post ‘Writing Space’ this week about how I found my voice as a writer, where I prefer to work, and the tools I use. She features different writers here as well as kick-ass links about writing, reading, publishing, social media…the list goes on and on. Please take a minute and visit her great site. I think you will all find something new and useful in one of her posts.
I’ve been a regular reader of Renee’s blog Writingfeemail for almost a year and have come to enjoy her observations about life and writing. I am often amazed at some of the similarities writer’s share as they pursue their craft. I hope you’ll enjoy Renee’s guest post here at No Wasted Ink.
Reading consumed me as a child and the resulting nickname – Bookworm – stuck to me for many years. I wrote my first novel around the age of nine in pink ink on lined loose paper. But growing up in the late seventies and early eighties, I was advised to follow the trail of business, not passion. Pursuing one’s bliss didn’t come into fashion until I was knee deep in the professional world with a business degree under my belt. Although my creative writing professors always encouraged me to continue with my writing, it was thought to be…
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Always fun to see where people write. Enjoyed the interview
Thanks Karen. I’m sitting there now, after a nice hike with Gretel downloading pictures to post soon.
Thank you for doing the guest post, Renee. It is always interesting to see how other writers arrange their spaces and what tools they like to use. I think it helps all of us realize that we are not alone in our efforts. 🙂
And the tools are priceless. If we can make the process easier, it can only get more productive. Thanks for letting me guest post. It was fun!
Wonderful thoughts that stirs our heart to feel and be a part of something bigger than us.