- A roll of TP
- A fork
- A clothespin
- A bunch of toothpicks
- A bolt and a nut
- A bottle cap
- A crumpled handkerchief
- Obviously, there are some fantastic images in my head. Some beautiful become alive in my travel-journals. Some weird find their way into my dream-diary. Some funny just bust out while composing my emails. Until it's the right time for me to get published, I want to get public, at least! That's what my blog is all about.
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Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Wednesday, November 09, 2011
30 Days Of Writing Questions
23. How long does it usually take you to complete an entire story - from planning to writing to posting (if you post your work)?
All right, one thing I know for sure, if I have a deadline, I'll deliver perfectly on time ... even if it costs me sleepless nights!
Else ... honestly, I've never given much thought about the combination 'time & creativity'! Sometimes creativity hits you like a bolt and you've written down your idea/scene/story in no time. And some other time ... you stuck!
Okay, give me a little more time to think about time:
THE ONE MINUTE WRITER
It's within the name: 1 prompt - 1 minute. Well, as foreign speaker I grant myself a little extra time to think about vocabulary and grammar.
It's a little mysterious, how a ticking stopwatch can stimulate your creativity. Set time, e.g. for 10 minutes and not a second more, and you get a wonderful basic idea.
E.g. Rattles Flash Fiction: A picture and some basic catchwords ... and you can practice your skills by crafting a flash fiction story of 800 – 1000 words. Plus a monthly deadline.
Currently running ... 50.000 words in 1 month ... a good start or a basic draft for a novel.
In my writing history I could manage successfully everything from 1 minute to 1 month ... that includes blog posts, short stories and basic drafts ... if you want an answer of time for a completed book ask me again when I'm done!
Tuesday, November 08, 2011
This page is dediCATed to my two meowing room mates Sheila and Amira.
It's a locket with their pictures and hairs ... Real hair! Cut of some of their bushy curls! =^..^=
Wednesday, November 02, 2011
Actually, it wasn't dinner but lunch in an Asian restaurant.
I grapped everything available: the thing, where the chopsticks are in, the napkin, that papery thing under your plates, a take-away-menu ... and some pictures from the buffet!
The only thing from me is the page's background!
Enjoy your meal! :-)
- Again: Necessity begets ingenuity. I simply didn't want to smear food on the pages! Yuck!
- BUT I Loved the preparations for that page ... that lunch buffet was really delicious! Yum!