I've shared my writing, which I hope you all have enjoyed. And I've shared my heart (panics, insecurities, inspirations). Can one year really make a difference?
Why, yes. Yes it can :-)
For #Writemotivation, I'd usually be listing my monthly goals and sharing an update. But in that spirit, I'll share a few highlights of one year:
- Completed the first draft of two new shiny ideas - one from NaNoWriMo 2011 and the other from the A to Z Blogging Challenge 2012.
- Completed first round revisions of both works.
- Participated in several blog tours and book launches for indie, small press and traditionally published writers (No fave publishing route here. I just love a good story).
- And I've met some of the most caring, gifted, talented and giving people by becoming part of this writing community. Where once I felt alone on this journey, I don't anymore. There are others who share my uncertainty, my doubts, my fears.
In the one year since starting this blog, I can honestly say that I KNOW I've grown in my writing. And yes, I also KNOW I have a long ways to go. I suppose there really isn't an end to the learning. And I'm okay with that.
So how long have you been blogging? Has it made an impact upon your writing? Your life?