I’m over at yeah write today talking about finding my writing home there, “the coolest quirky subdivision of the internet.”
For me, at least, I write best when the process of writing is a shared experience. Emily Dickinson I’m not. I’ve made some of my best friends in the blogosphere [at yeah write]. And I’ve found some of the best writers who blog, which has elevated my own writing.
I probably wouldn’t still be blogging if I hadn’t found it.
You can read the full post here.
C’mon over and visit us! Join us for our next weekly challenge. Sign up for our email subscriber list to get notices of when the challenge grid opens each week. Bring us a nonfiction story or personal anecdote of around 500-600 words with a central conflict — what we like to call the “so what?” — and link up. Check out how we operate here, and read through our guide to what makes a winning yeah write post here.
If you aren’t ready for competition, we also have a no pressure weekend Moonshine Grid, where you can link up just about anything other than commercial or sponsored posts.
I found my writing home there. So might you.
This is NaBloPoMo at yeah write, Day 24, featuring yours truly.