I’m happy to report that the snow is melting. I hope we’ve seen the last of this winter…after all it is spring next week.
I just posted my teaching schedule for 2020. I hadn’t realized I hadn’t updated that page and still had some 2018 classes on there. Any way, the new classes are added, plus details of the online summer writing retreat. I don’t have the exact days of the classes yet and will add them as I get them. If you’ve never taken a writing class before, what are you waiting for? I try to make them as fun as possible so I hope to ‘see’ you in one of these if not this year, then in 2020.
We’re half way through March and how are your writing goals coming along? I’ve fallen a little behind with my fiction but hope to get a story that’s almost ready, finished next week.
We’re two followers away from 700 here at TWL, and about 15 posts away from 1,000. It’s amazing to think how it’s grown. My intention plan was to have it as a way to keep track of my writing and how much I was getting done. I’m glad it’s turned into this writing community and I hope everyone finds inspiration here.
I’m still working on my writing planners. I keep changing them around and I know that’s not a good idea because nothing ever gets finished that way. I’m also slowly catching up with my reading. For some reason, I’ve been sticking with cozy mysteries lately. I’ve never thought of writing one, but I might just do that one of these days.
If like me, you have an Irish heritage, here’s wishing you a happy St. Patrick’s Day.
Have a fun week and happy writing to all.