What are my strengths and weaknesses as a writer?
Great question to ask. Sometimes hard to answer. Michelle and I had a great conversation about that recently, which led to this example.
We all struggle in one area or another. We all have gifts. Some aspects of writing come naturally to me, while others have knocked me down more times than I care to count.
Do you have a story to tell?
Now is the time. The team who inspired over 20,000 writers to knock out their novel during NaNoWriMo invites you to Camp NaNo. Pack your pens, your laptop, and your world building notes.
Q: So what is Camp NaNoWriMo?
A swift kick in the pants to get your story started. Also a national movement. Started in 2011 as a challenge to write 50,000 words during the summer instead of November, the traditional month of NaNo.
Q: Can I write about ducks?
Name: Jessica Fontaine Jones
(Extrovert, Intuitive, Feeling, Perciever)
Tea! I have a goal to try 100 teas this year. Green with coconut and ginger is my current favorite.
I also enjoy snipping fresh fresh spearmint from my garden. Great for tea, and mint has long been a favorite flavor of mine. Also love clear, clean water (even without plants in it).
Favorite Genre(s) to Read:
Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Romance, Children’s, How-To, Humor.
Favorite Place to Read:
In a tree. Feeling the branches rocking in the wind is the best.
Second favorite: Anywhere. 🙂
Things you do when you’re not writing:
Running a business with my hubby.
Escaping into the woods for rock climbing or yoga (also with hubby).
Cooking for friends and loved ones.
Talking to my herbs, trees, and flowers.
Playing Minecraft with my little niece.
Talking with my grandmother about herbs, trees, and flowers.
Volunteering with Rotary.
Pondering the meaning of life.
Favorite Genre(s) to Write:
Children’s, How-to, Interviews, Romance.
Writing Tool You Can’t Live Without:
Uniball signo micro 207 pen. It is my sonic screwdriver.
Used in conjunction with various notebooks, and an iPad with USB keyboard.
Question from Rebekah :: What are your 5 favorite trees? Continue reading