Monday, January 9, 2012

Write On

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Oh goodness.

So I'll admit that I, for lack of better words, sucked it up at NaNoWriMo this year.  I got maybe a 3rd of the way through and then the creative juices just ran dry.  It was a bummer considering that I've done it 3 years in a row but sometimes that happens I suppose.

But I have all the ideas right now.  So I'm going to get writing.  Maybe something amazing will come of it?

Wish me luck!

33 wonderful thoughts:

Holley

I had the same issue. I have plans to start working on it again soon. Good luck!! :)

The Favour Shoppe

Good Luck!

The Blonde Duck

Just write what moves you. :)

Mrs. Pancakes

Good luck...hope it's a week filled with great ideas!!

giaghani

Agree with an earlier sentiment, just write what moves you and the story will spill out...! :)

Best of luck! xox

Amber

Good luck! Hope those creative juices start to boil over.

amy b.s.

good luck. i'm sure you'll come up with something wonderful.

Erika

Good luck, Krysten! :)

gringationcancun

Go for it! Hope you come up with some great stuff :)

Dancing Branflake

Oh, I bet this will be good! I love that you are taking on this passion of yours. It doesn't have to be November. You'll write just as beautifully if not more in January.

Vanessa

Good luck! :)

Alexa

Good luck with the writing! I need to write more this year...it's a goal!

Ren- Lady Of The Arts

I like to stick to writing what I know. good luck

Lauryn

I always failed miserably at NaBloPoMo. I'm just not good at prioritizing my time for it! We all have our off times. I hope you find the inspiration you're looking for and can get back into the swing of writing!

memory

You go girl! I have been doing lots of typing of the articles I've written recently on my laptop this morning! Whew...glad to get those all done. (:

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iris

If at first you don't succeed, try try again?

But seriously, there's no sense forcing yourself to write when the mood just isn't there!

Deidre

Yay! I'm glad that you're feeling the ideas! :)

Elle Sees

I was wondering how you did! Always next year, my dear

Alexandra

Sometimes you just have to wait for inspiration to come your way. Mix it up and get outside, something will come your way! Good luck love :)

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Tina Lane

Good Luck! Can't wait to read what you come up with.

Roland D. Yeomans

It is better to write when the muse sizzles than just forcing it. Now, that you have a story and creative ideas, I am sure it will flow more smoothly. Just commit to writing each day -- even if it is only one sentence -- and like Hemingway, always stop when you know what the next scene will be. Your unconscious will be working on it as you sleep -- Roland

Dirt On The Rocks

I started NanoWrimo and never finished. :( I wish I get inspire soon. good luck on your adventure!

dodelinedesign

You have to embrace the creative ruts and the highs - they both have a purpose :-) too bad it didn't correspond with Nano, but write anyway!

Kristin

I think even attempting it is awesome!

la petite coquine

Creativity may be a muscle, but it can be terribly stubborn: so glad your ideas are flowing!

ilene @ muchloveilly

i hope that one day our names will be side by side on the NY Bestseller's list. ;)

leslie.conner

much luck to ya!

Vanisha @ Vanisha's Life In...Australia

But I guess that's just the way it is with writing and the creative juices. Now that you're writing again I'm sure it is going to be great!!!

New Life in Spain

Good luck! Get into that wonderful space of flow where everything else stops and enjoy every minute of it!

Helena - A Diary of Lovely

not easy sometimes! Im sure next time you will do great!!

Jax

Good luck Chica!! Hopefully some new creativity comes to you :)

Crazy Shenanigans-JMO

Good luck! You can do it!

shopgirl

That's so awesome that you tried it and you're planning to do it again Krysten! It takes practice, courage and discipline, and you have all 3. There's a book by Stephen King on writing that I highly recommend. I'm sure you'd love it.

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