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January 2014 Blog Posts (4)

My first meeting

Well I went to my first INWG meeting here in Spokane.  It was not all I thought it would be.  They were trying something different but it was not my speed.  I have never been fond of impromptu writing.  Sometimes, however, impromptu writing can be inspirational.  I have created some of my most powerful pieces from a prompt, but I am not so good with time limits.  I would suggest one writing prompt per meeting with the whole meeting to work on the piece then share, but that would surely take…

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Added by kathy wright on January 20, 2014 at 1:16pm — 2 Comments

Becoming a Freelance writer

I have recently renewed an interest in doing freelance writing work.  I have scoured the internet over the years looking for way to do this and have discovered several sights that connect writers with potential jobs.  With my skills as a writer, illustrator, photographer, and creator of spectacular ads and flyers; I should have no problem finding assignments to sustain me.  The only problem I have found is that there are so many sites that promise to connect writers with jobs but they are…

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Added by kathy wright on January 11, 2014 at 3:03pm — 1 Comment

I just wrote this for a writing prompt on wdc, anyone who want to give comments, or review would be welcome. Lilly’s Angel When Lilly was four years old she learned to ride a horse.  She loved every…

I just wrote this for a writing prompt on wdc, anyone who want to give comments, or review would be welcome.

Lilly’s Angel

When Lilly was four years old she learned to ride a horse.  She loved every minute that she was able to sit high in the saddle and feel the wind in her hair.  She loved the smell of a horse and spent every minute she could in the barnyard with the horses.

When she was six she got her first Pony.  He was a small little pony that was just her…

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Added by kathy wright on January 9, 2014 at 11:02pm — 3 Comments

Getting serious about my writing.

Looking back at the last year I realize that I have accomplished a lot.  However, it seems that my year was full of road blocks and dead ends.  My job kept me so busy and exhausted that I didn't have time to think, let alone focus on my writing.  In December I switched jobs which has had an amazing effect on my writing and I am steadily moving forward.  I have more time to think, create, and plan.  I just hope that this move was wise.  I have been planning to attend the INWG meeting at…

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Added by kathy wright on January 9, 2014 at 7:56am — 3 Comments

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