Weekly Writing Inspiration #4

It’s been a while since I did one of these. The truth is, I’ve been busy being busy…

In between interviewing fellow creatives, reviewing books, celebrating 6 years of blogging among other stuff I haven’t had time to share memes and writing things so here’s a feature length dose of weekly writing inspiration… hello new followers; thanks for the support!

* The disclaimer is not all of these are writing related or even memes… 

I’m 31 on Tuesday, these are my thoughts… 

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Gary has no chill, we all know someone like that…

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The cake really isn’t a lie… (and wear a face covering if you go anywhere public and indoors!)

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I don’t think Samsung’s ‘Atomic Bell’ alarm clock jingle will be appearing on the radio soon, but I can still relate… 

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Promoting new authors and their awesome works. Check out this one from Eleanor DeSouza

Not what I was expecting

 

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Aliens is easily in my top 10 awesome films of all time… ‘Alright sweethearts…’ 

Not a meme but a very important read for anyone in the author world. Check out the rest of the post by Damien Linnane here

Red Headed Scammer

 

Time flies when your reading books… Wanna know what I learned along the way?here’s a post about that…

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Futurama has appeared back on my viewing sights as of recent and it’s worth a watch just for the comedy value – laughter = good feelings… plus Bender’s got a shiny metal ass… 

Shout out to fellow author and blogger S.D McKinley for these awesome words. Check out his blog and give it a follow! You can read my review for his book here…

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So I think I might write another play… the source material is pretty good…. 

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That wraps up this weeks writing inspiration in the form of memes. Thanks for stopping by, rock and roll man!

 

Weekly Ramble #39

Blogging seems to be an art form that is rewarded by effort. Much like writing or creating any type of art, it revolves around content. Even in the very early days of starting out, it may feel like you have a solitary audience of that one person looking back at you in the mirror but all of us start somewhere.

Creating content is something anyone can do, but content that readers find compelling may be the biggest challenge and best talent successful artists have; some of the greatest won’t even create something for a market. Some won’t even be appreciated in their lifetime, those lucky enough to may not even appreciate how much their work has an effect.

This year has been a journey for me, in creating. My sole aim is to use my already created content to put myself on the ‘map’, what map that is; ‘Middle Earth’, ‘Westeros’ or even ‘Narnia’, nope,  just a map where people are able to discover and know that my content exists. I’ve tried to fuse that already existing content with further content creation, this blog specifically, and it seems the more I am putting in the more I am getting out.

Knowledge has been a powerful tool in using this blog, I know what its like to be an indie trying to get reviews, so therefore every book I have reviewed this year has been indie. I’m supporting those like me because we are in the same boat and good stories won’t ever disappear. The following I am building in return is just a side effect of that work. Much like art, it’s true power lies outside the boundaries of its own intentions.

Has your work achieved things you would never dream of?