rney I have noticed that each and every one of us has a sort of workflow. In this post I am going to talk you through my writer’s workflow 🙂 Every single one of us has a slightly different workflow from one another so what is always very important is finding what works for you.
Throughout my entire university experience studying journalism and creative writing the one thing I hated more than food in the canteen were workshops. That’s because I’m nit a fan of writing narratives or short stories. I don’t do fiction or thrillers. I write poetry. A lot of poetry actually. And I ended up with a lovely group of people who didn’t really give a toss about poetry.
There are some days when you look at a blank page of the paper and you have no idea what to write. Your head is empty and your insides scream for help, but awfully quiet though, because there’s no one who can hear their cry for help so you gotta deal with that on your own hun. Trust me, been there, done that.
Life begins in silence. In voiceless waiting. Coming out of nothingness. Then there is a first, loud scream – sign of the new born life. A while of happiness seems to take away all of the bad things. We are growing up, getting ourselves into the rat race. Rushing all the time. Why? There is nothing in the end.