A to Z Blog Challenge 2019 Theme Reveal!


by Lillian Csernica on March 21, 2019

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Hi there. Yes, I’m a trifle behind schedule on this. Tomorrow I run off to Clockwork Alchemy for the weekend. Con prep is such an adventure!

 

How I Learned To Be A Writer

This year I’m going to share with you 26 separate moments from my writing life, moments that taught me something worth remembering. Moments that helped shape my writing style. Moments that taught me how to endure the bad days and celebrate the triumphs.

Being a writer is not just about mastering the techniques of fiction. Nobody understands writers the way other writers do. That’s because you have to live inside a creative mind that constantly notices odd details and can’t stop thinking about certain exciting problems. Writers are not like everybody else.

Join me and take a look at a level of living that goes so much farther than just “behind the scenes.” You’ll get a glimpse into my creative process. More than that, you might help me figure out some of the mysteries about how my mind works!

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8 responses to “A to Z Blog Challenge 2019 Theme Reveal!

  1. No, no, no! Some things we weren’t meant to know!!

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  2. Ooh! A personal theme. I am interested in reading about how the mind of a fellow writer works. Looking forward to your A-to-Z posts! 🙂

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  3. This sounds like an intriguing theme. Glad you’re taking part this year. The writing life is a great topic.
    Our theme is the writing journey. If you have a moment, we’d love a vote on our image choices. 🙂

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  4. I love reading posts of fellow writers talking about their processes. You’re right: no one understands a writer as well as another writer, and it’s always nice to see how similarly – or differently – writers do things.

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  5. Hi Lillian! Sorry I come to this only now. It’s been a crazy busy couple of months… and it won’t stop very soon, right? 😉
    Love this theme. I can’t wait to read it.
    It’s starting in a few hours! Let’s rock this challenge!

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