Happy Friday all. You can find today's blog post "Lobster: Eating the Experience" here, at South Shore Living.
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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?
You go girl!
Being in the presence of other writers always inspires me! Happy writing:)
No writing this week. Need to get back on the ball here. Too many other things pulling at me. :O)
Finished my writing and edits last weekend!
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. :)
That's great. Keep writing!
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.
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!
Yay! Run with it!
Good luck and have a great weekend!
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...
Its great to be inspired! So have fun with your short story and many more to come!
I love that feeling of being inspired and the energy it brings.
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!
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.
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