Waggish Writer Month 2 Highlights & Reflections
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On May 17/May 18 of 2020, in the midst of COVID-19, I took a leap of faith to release Waggish Writer to the world.
Waggish Writer is a colorful display of my writing personas: the serious author, the whimsical poet, the detail-oriented journalist, the visionary screenwriter, and the exploratory FanFiction Writer.
Below are some of the highlights of Waggish Writer's second month of existence:
Website Highlights: I am working on connecting the different blog posts to others in their respected series to invite those who have missed my previous content to have a chance to read them. I currently have 24 subscribers, jumping up from the 5 that I shared that subscribed when I described the first month of my website's existence. I am also advocating the website's existence on Facebook, which I am realizing it is only week 2 of the Facebook project.
Author Highlights: Both my main projects, "Samurai Sisters" and "Divine Devices" are currently at a standstill. I will explore ways of how to get back to the joy of the stories.
Poet Highlights: I have not been inclined to write poetry this past month, but I have been sharing past poems via Facebook.
Journalist Highlights: I am in the process of creating a scrapbook of my work for the Washtenaw Voice, piecing it very much together like a scrapbook.
Screenwriter Highlights: I shared my scripts with the universe where I am curious to see if individuals wish to see more of my drafts. Make a comment to get my attention!
FanFiction Writer: I have three stories in the works: "Pride's Moon Bride," "X-Wielder: Nobody Chasing," and "Her Maid, Blood Bird." They are at different stages of completion.
I have brought up my total number of posts to 53, that is counting this post that I am writing.
In a way, Waggish Writer is me self-publishing to the world. I do eventually want to take some of the content I am sharing with the world and take it to the next level. At this time, releasing my creativity to the universe via the Internet scratches the itch. It also provides me self-motivation to create content and move forward with the stories I've had simmering and bubbling in the back of my mind.
Let me know in the comment section of ideas of how I can move my projects forward or if you have feedback for the website. Thanks for stopping by!
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