Words are Gifts

Thinking About My Writing

I have not written for a while, since the 31st of March 2023. I am really grateful for the opportunity to write and comment throughout the month of March.

It’s made me think about ways to keep writing and to write creatively. Apart from journalling regularly, I have written a couple of picture books and a part of a chapter book. All my pieces are all over the place, so my plan during this holiday is to consolidate all my pieces and see what I can do to revise them by rewriting different parts.

I sometimes have some interesting ideas and just jot them down. They are sometimes part of what I can include in one of my stories. I’m trying to be focused and organized.

My goal is to work on my fiction pieces. I’ll share parts of them here and see it my stories are engaging enough.

5 responses to “Thinking About My Writing”

  1. Juliette, I would love to hear pieces of your stories and hopefully, one day, the full story. I enjoyed one you posted earlier. It sounds like a perfect goal for your break.

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  2. That sounds like a fun and also challenging goal. I’ll look forward to reading the writing you share!

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    Leigh Anne Eck

    I agree with Heather about hearing the pieces and one day hearing the whole story. Happy organizing! And enjoy your holiday!

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  4. Your post resonated with me because I’m trying to gather up the bits and pieces for a project to organize it and it has been so challenging. I would love to learn more about your projects!

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  5. What an awesome goal! Good luck organizing.

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I am am Elementary school teacher at an International IB School in Accra, Ghana, West Africa. I write with groups of writers, such as Teach Write.


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