Write With Me! Study Hall, Monday, July 20, 2015

  What’s blooming in your writing today? I’m still expanding scenes with Ruth in The Man Who Loved Chocolate. Please leave a post below about what you’re working on today. Write like it’s your birthday and every word is a gift! 

11 responses to “Write With Me! Study Hall, Monday, July 20, 2015”

  1. mrscrotty Avatar

    Thoughts from being out the country. will write in late afternoon.


  2. chobhi Avatar

    Back to my novel that needs a lot of work, good to look at it again after a long absence….


  3. Glenda Bailey-Mershon Avatar

    Jane, isn’t it wonderful to take your mind on vacation and fun it’s still solving problems in the work back home? Looking forward to more of Mrs. Crotty!


  4. Glenda Bailey-Mershon Avatar

    Chobhi, so glad you have joined us today!


  5. Roberta Bear Avatar
    Roberta Bear

    still on hiatus after ulnar nerve surgery last week–hungover from anesthesia and codeine. Randi?? Who’s that?!! Expect to be out of fog by next week; see you all then.


  6. Glenda Bailey-Mershon Avatar

    Bobbie, I didn’t realize that was now. Heal soon! We miss you and Randi.


  7. Glenda Bailey-Mershon Avatar

    Wrote three new scenes for Ruth’s story thread. An altogether good morning.


  8. Jacob Bear Avatar

    I realized my current book is a cross between a travelogue and some very light history. This morning I tried to bleed onto the keyboard and add something to make it count. I wrote for four hours but didn’t succeed. I have to either raise the stakes or learn to be funnier or I won’t have a book worth reading.


    1. Glenda Bailey-Mershon Avatar

      Sounds like you lost track of your passion for the subject, maybe? What made you want to write this book in the first place? Who is it for? How did this place make you feel? Have you told us how it smelled, tasted, looked, sounded, felt to be there? Why did you go, and what did you find there? I’m curious. You are a very funny guy, but if you make us feel anything on each page, you will succeed. Nothing wrong with a travelogue, especially if it gives us an experience we wouldn’t have had otherwise. You’ll find the heart, I know.


  9. Glenda Bailey-Mershon Avatar

    Thanks for sharing it with us!


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