Wednesday, November 7, 2018

IWSG November


It's IWSG time again! The Insecure Writer's Support Group posts every first Wednesday of the month. Our co-hosts for November are:


And the IWSG question this month is: Ellen @ The Cynical Sailor,Ann V. Friend, JQ Rose, and Elizabeth Seckman!

How has your creativity in life evolved since you began writing?

In short...I started writing as a kid, so I don't really remember much of life without writing. I used to draw a lot with crayons as a child--houses, anatomically incorrect people, but though I liked the different colors, I was mostly drawing things and making up stories about whatever was going on in my picture. 

And while I like other creative endeavors--I grew up in a city full of museums and theaters--I can't sing, dance, act, paint well or really even like talking to other people, so writing is my creative outlet. 


8 comments:

  1. Writing is a wonderful creative outlet :)

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  2. Show business for shy people... I love it! So true!

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  3. I'm the same way. I don't remember a time when I wasn't making up stories. Before I was writing a lot I loved performing! I put on shows for people, complete with singing, dancing, and "making" my own costumes. I liked attention a lot more back then. ^_^

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  4. I don't remember life without writing or creativity, either. I was always doing something artistic and enjoying it. :)

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  5. I wrote stories in second grade and have only had a few times in my life when I didn't or couldn't. It's just part of us, isn't it? Love the graphic!
    JQ Rose

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  6. Love the quote from Lee Child. So true. While writing, we can go anywhere, say anything, be anyone. So much fun.

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  7. I still have some of my elementary stories!

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