Writing Process


I was nominated to participate in a writing process blog tour by a fellow blogger who I am grateful to call a friend. Her writing is diverse, but whatever she writes be it a poem, a song or just a random blog post, there is always inspiration and heartfelt meaning in every word. You can find Stacilys here at https://stacilys.wordpress.com/. I highly recommend you check her out. She is an amazing writer with an amazing spirit. I know you will adore her as much as I do.

This blog meme requires me to answer four questions about my writing process, and then nominate a few other writers to do the same.

I have two nominees.

The first is a lovely writer whose gentle spirit shines through in her writing. Her innocence and her kindness and her general concern for others is hard to miss. If you are looking for someone to really care about your writing and engage with you on a friendly personal level, Justine is your girl. I hope you enjoy her writing and her friendship as much as I do. You can find here, http://eclecticoddsnsods.com/. Drop in and let her know I sent you. She will welcome you with her warmth and hospitality.

The second writer is someone who teaches me great lessons in her many stories and experiences. I am never disappointed after reading her posts, and often I am smarter and better just by reading them. She too is a kind spirit. It is palpable both in her writing and her comments. She is a loyal follower and too offers an exchange of wisdom and friendship through this wonderful world of blogging. Please check her out and be prepared to sit for awhile and read. Her writing is addictive and inspiring and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. You can find her blog here…https://mewhoami.wordpress.com/

Now for the four questions.

1) What Am I Working On At The Moment?

I would like to tell you that I am writing the best next novel, but the truth is I am not writing a novel at all. I started blogging because I feel people are extremely distracted these days. I often feel isolated and alone with my thoughts and this was my last ditch effort to speak to someone who would maybe listen. And you know what? I have found people who not only want to listen but have inspired me to never ever stop using my voice.

I am not working on anything in particular. I have written some very short stories about ADD that someday I would love to have published into a children’s book. I love sharing what I know and someday I hope to open others eyes to not only recognizing someone who suffers from ADD, but also what the world is like for these amazing individuals. Otherwise, I write what I feel. I write what inspires me, what frustrates me and everything imaginable in between. My writing is a journey that I invite others to travel along with me.

2) How Does My Work Differ From Others Of its Genre?

Well, for one thing, I don’t have a genre. I am not a serious writer zoning in on any particular talent. I simply write from the Heart Genre!

3) Why Do I Write What I Do?

I write what I do to do exactly as the name of my blog suggests. I like to make people think and maybe even make them see life and circumstances from a new and different perspective. I write down my experiences and I write about them so that I can always look back to the lessons. I feel we are constantly changing and evolving and this is just my creative way of keeping track of all the growth.

4) How Does My Writing Process Work?

I guess you could say it works effortlessly. The words just write themselves and I am only the observer and the avenue to get the
words onto a page. The process is natural and defines itself.

I hope you enjoyed getting to know me a little better. Please check out my nominees and the wonderful blogger who nominated me as well. Life is about paying attention to others and making them feel valuable and important. One of the most important ways we offer this as bloggers is by liking a post or leaving a simple comment. It is the little things that mean the most.

21 thoughts on “Writing Process

  1. Your words are incredibly kind. Thank you so very much! I will be glad to participate, and thank you for nominating me.

    Your answers were wonderful. You may not have a specific genre you write about, but you can rest assured knowing that your words are very meaningful and impact those who read them. Your blog has taught me a lot also. I love the sincerity and compassion that is shown in each of your posts and in your comments. Thank you for sharing your words with us.


  2. Hey there cutie. Great to learn more about you as a person and as a writer. I like that, “write from the heart genre”.
    “Life is about paying attention to others and making them feel valuable and important.”
    Here here to that. I’ve been actually thinking about that when it comes to my kids. This morning I woke up and checked my phone for any new wordpress notifications. My son jumped into my bed with me and wanted to be all affectionate and all. I decided, instead of holding him and reading my phone, I would drink in the moment, put the phone down and give my full attention to him.
    Bless you.


  3. Oh wow, firstly you write so well. Your blog title is you, you write about exactly that, I don’t always know ‘what’ you are going to write, but I know the style, your passion that will show through and the fact it will make me think for a moment whether i agree which usually I do lol and maybe how to think about how that effects my life and that can only be good 🙂 Secondly I wanted to say a huuuuge thank you for your beautiful words i was quite taken aback thinking “she can’t be talking about me ” lol….thank you for putting me forwards also…now I have to be serious for a while 😀 huggles xx


  4. Reblogged this on Eclectic odds n sods and commented:
    A lovely friend and blogger whose posts i follow avidly who has entered me for the Writing Process Blog tour which makes me have to be serious for a moment, but read her post please it is simply lovely and insightful and if time pop over and say hello . x


  5. Justine is one of my favorite bloggers and has become a dear online friend. I am very happy to meet you through her, and broaden my collection of eclectic, thoughtful writers. I look forward to your “writing from the heart genre”.


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