Welcome subscribers! If you’ve made it to the page, I know you must be pretty serious about your writing since you’ve stuck with my newsletter all this time. :-) I hope it has and continues to be helpful to you in your writing journey.

Please post your six-word sentence OR a haiku on how you’ve changed as a writer over the past 18 months. Then bookmark this page and come back periodically to see what others have had to say.

Then we can do it again in another 18 months and compare our answers!

Here’s mine.

18 months ago (for me), it was April 2010. Here’s how things have changed, in haiku form.

 

Beginning writer.

12 x 12, storybook apps

Now published author.

Your turn!


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  1. Inspiration abounds, writing less, why? Waiting. . .

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  2. My writing has intensified my reading.

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  3. Writing inspires me to write more.

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  4. Perfect words: still savoring the luxury.

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  5. I published my first
    book about small aliens!
    I learned lots of stuff!
    :D

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  6. Each inkling of a
    thought becomes a watered seed
    to grow a story.

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  7. Lost creative wilds
    In need of direction
    Found a family

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  8. story seeds pour out,
    spilling from notebook to screen
    I trim and tame them

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  9. Stories planned but paused
    Real Lifeā„¢ stymies creation
    frustration abounds

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  10. I know who I am
    And I know who I am not
    But still growing big

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  11. I structure new thoughts
    Then send them to my crit groups
    Now my stories sing

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  12. New friends, new stories, growth, hope.

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  13. Stories in my mind
    Ignored my calling too long
    Found myself in words

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  14. Open
    seeking
    finding my shore

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  15. Senryu:

    Taking tiny steps,
    Each one a lesson well-learned,
    Toward the Big Goal.

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  16. Still not published yet
    Keep writing children’s stories
    Hope around the bend!

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  17. one thing at a time
    difficult but rewarding
    book at the printers

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  18. barbara kupetz

    Frustrations . . . sometimes!
    But with friendship and support
    Building confidence!

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  19. Fanning fiction’s flames
    Following the irons in
    To the inferno.

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