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Friday, March 11, 2011

Lobster: Eating the Experience

Happy Friday all.  You can find today's blog post "Lobster: Eating the Experience" here, at South Shore Living.

Reminder:  if you want to participate in JP's Second Annual St. Patrick's Day Blog Fest, you can click here - Where Sky Meets Ground.

I attended the first session of my fiction writing workshop this week, left and started working on a short story. Can you say "inspired?" 

How did the your writing go this week?

14 comments:

Bish Denham said...

You go girl!

Tamika: said...

Being in the presence of other writers always inspires me! Happy writing:)

Diane said...

No writing this week. Need to get back on the ball here. Too many other things pulling at me. :O)

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Finished my writing and edits last weekend!

Jennifer Shirk said...

That's awesome! And one of the reasons I like to go to writer's conferences at least once a year--so I can be inspired and get my head on straight again. :)

Helen Ginger said...

That's great. Keep writing!

Helen Ginger said...

Tried to leave a message on the lobster post, but got a message telling me I wasn't good enough ... or maybe it said I didn't have access to do it. Anyway, great article and I am so hungry now.

Stephanie Faris said...

YAY. I'm trying to finish a short story and get it out there. Finding time has been hard. Maybe I need a workshop to inject some fire into my booty!

Lydia K said...

Yay! Run with it!
Good luck and have a great weekend!

jbchicoine said...

Nothing like inspiration, Liza! Yay!

Oh, and that Lobster Eating Experience you shared brought me back to such a happy place...
...every summer (back in the 60's) we would drive out to Montauk Point, get a 10-12 lb lobster (yep, they used to make them that big, lol) and bring it home to feast upon. Oh how I remember the 'dripping down the elbows' :). I'm afraid we never learned proper lobster-eating etiquette, and to this day, my husband cringes if I order lobster from the menu, even if we eat it in open air...

Stephen Tremp said...

Its great to be inspired! So have fun with your short story and many more to come!

lotusgirl said...

I love that feeling of being inspired and the energy it brings.

Mrs B said...

Great piece at South Shore Living! I could feel the butter and broth dripping past my wrists toward my elbows and smell the corn coming to a boil. Yummm.

Glad you came away from your workshop feeling so inspired. Are you going to share the bounty of that inspiration with us when it's finished? Pretty please?

Have a great weekend!

~Mrs B

Jan Morrison said...

Oh, there is nothing quite so good at filling your creativity well as hanging around a group of determined writers! Yay!
My writing life is going pretty well - I have two weeks before I send my novel 'True' to a line-editor and I am in good shape. Now I'm going to go read that lobster story. yum.
Jan Morrison