It’s ISWG day today. Every month a question is posted for insecure writers and this time it’s:
If you could pick one place in the world to sit and write your next story, where would it be and why?
Home. As much as I’d like to travel the world and live the life of a digital nomad, I’d probably end up spending ALL my time exploring a new place instead of writing.
I’m still midway through ‘Tell Tale’ by Jeffrey Archer and have also started ‘SOLO – Survival Guide for Creative Freelancers’ by Palle Schmidt.
August was a little busier than usual. I posted my first ISWG post, participated in the WEP and took part in a short story contest!
A Quick Question:
What’s the best way of sustaining a plot for a short story (beginning, middle, end) without it feeling stretched?
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