Not long ago I started a blog titled Words From My Inkwell, where I'm postig, at the moment, a couple of stories, plus a few other things, so I'm inviting you so you could check it out and give me your thoughts on the stories. Since they are rather long I'm posting them in monthly instalments. The url is http://wordsfrommyinkwell.wordpress.com.

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Cool!  I will check it out.

 

If you want to check out mine: http://www.scribd.com/adam_blevins

@thetrustnovel

Will do.

If you get a chance check out my blog here

Sean

Do you find that keeping a blog encourages you to write regularly?

 

I'd also like to compliment you on keeping an interesting blog. Keep it up.

Thank you for the compliment Jack. As for your question,yes, keeping the blog encourages me to write, and because I decided to post in a monthly basis it makes it easier to come up with content.

No.  :)

 

Everything I'm working on gets done when the mood strikes/time allows.  The idea might change in my mind 5 times before I get to write it down.

 

Sometimes, I wonder if it would be interesting to keep track of all the ideas that are lost along the way of the story?

 

Something similar happens to me, that's why I've been thinking of getting a notebook to write down the ideas I've got. Other times as I write the story it sometimes feels like the story comes to life and it dictates where it wants to go, despite having a pretty clear idea of where I want that story to go. When that happens I either continue to write to see where it goes or I stop and decide to rework it to bring it back to the original idea I had.
Adam and Sean I've checked them out. I really like what you guys are doing. I've only seen them briefly, but I will take the time to read all your stuff and comment on them.

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