April is the month of poetry. But as I was doing Camp NaNo, I decided to feature other poets on my Instagram. I posted asking for volunteers. I was blown away by the number of poets that wanted to take part...
I recently enjoyed a blog post on the pros and cons of writing by hand. It got me thinking about how I like to write.
If you follow me on Twitter then you may already know that I have been working this month on updating my love theme poetry collection. If you would like to read, please head over to Wattpad to view my Works (@redfae).
Today, I am writing about one of my posts being featured on someone elses blog. It is the first time one of my articles has been shared. I was flattered, honoured and it felt like a mini achievement.
via NaPoWriMo Wrap Up - Alison Aldridge Carol J Forrester posted that she was looking for NaNoWriMo participants to feature on her blog. I let her know I was interested and answered her questions about which poem I was most proud of during the challenge. I emailed it over and she liked it enough to … Continue reading NaPoWriMo Wrap Up – Alison Aldridge
The challenge is over and I did it. It's time to reflect on how it went.
Many creatives get told to get a ’real’ job, one that can pay the bills. When I saw Claude Monet’s dad wanted him to be a Grocer, I could hear him arguing with his son in my head.
I'm breaking against the prompt and I am going to do my own thing. For inspiration, I am going with the first 'Free Image' I found on Canva. It is a picture of trains. I also want to have a go at writing a Haiku as I've never done one before.
For Day 28 the prompt is to write ”a prose poem in the form/style of a postcard."
I'm not confident at writing prose but I'm pleased with what I've created.
A few years ago a work colleague gifted me a pack of Tarot cards and gave me a blue cloth to keep them safe. For this challenge, I decided to dig them out and use them as inspiration for today’s poem.