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Late Blooming Writers In Action

November 24, 2014

My Writing Space

My Writing Space

2014 WIP Blog Tour

I was inducted (abducted, lassoed, hoodwinked, invoked, sideswiped, challenged, and above all honored) by my blogging friend and ever-present source of inspiration, Laurie Buchanan, into the 2014 Work in Progress (WIP) Blog Tour. Of course I was humbled to be noticed, let alone invited to share a glimpse into my behind the scene writing endeavors.  It was an act of faith on her part to even assume I had any “work in progress”, but the biggest problem with my writing is that at any given moment I have “works in progress”…many…dozens…lost somewhere on my computer by next week. My challenge very quickly became finding one worth sharing!

Here are the rules:

1. Link back to the post of the person who tagged you  (check – Thank you, Laurie!)

2. Write a blurb about — and type the first sentence of — your next book’s first three chapters. (Yikes!)

3. Tag four other writers to do the same. (Can’t wait!)

So….here’s what’s going on in my world and my nominees.

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CONNECT with other Late Blooming Writers on Facebook. Join the Aging Abundantly Writers Meet Up where you can chat in a closed group with other writers struggling with the same issues that you may be facing. Share thoughts, ideas, encouragement and recent posts.

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If you’re a Late Blooming Writer looking for one-on-one support and guidance contact me via email at AgingAbundantly@gmail.com for more information.

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Recent Posts:

Overcoming Writer’s Block for Late Blooming Writers

Trauma and Transformation (ManifestMe2014 Blog)

A Child Without Edges

We Cannot Ignore the Cry

My Safe Place

Writing the Ship

 

 

 

 

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. November 24, 2014 3:58 pm

    I find writers’ spaces endlessly fascinating. Yours looks comfortable and inspirational. Is that your muse in the photograph?

    Yes, I would definitely define myself as a late-blooming author too. But we’re “in action” – right?

  2. November 24, 2014 5:01 pm

    Pictures of my boys, a green smiling Buddha that my youngest gave me on Mother’s Day – he has one too – something to connect us while we’re 1,000 miles apart; a painting of Lady Slippers that reminds me of playing in the Maine woods as a kid, a painting of someone who reminds me of my soul that I’ve carried with me since college. These are the things that someone ground me – and nature outside of my window. Though I have to say I migrate when I write and don’t always write at my desk – I tend to follow the sun! And yes, Marian, we’re totally in action and I’m certainly glad you are!

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