Launching my new blog to the world

Welcome everyone ๐Ÿ™‚

In a couple of days’ time I will be so excited, this is because I will be attending my weekly night school college course again.

To help both myself and others, I will be detailing on my weekly blog basically what I’ve been learning at college that week.

Each week I will be concentrating on my own reading and writing to help me improve my creative writing processes. ย From time to time short articles will appear on this blog site.ย  These will be about my own findings regarding my reading and writing that may be of interest to both you and me.

Whilst learning about creative writing I am also keen to promote other writers/authors & bloggers informative articles that I locate along the way. ย Articles and quotes can be seen (usually promoted daily) on my Twitter feed coming through on the left hand side of my blog site.

Thank you for joining me and please feel free to leave any comments on my blog as we travel through this learning journey together.

Best wishes

Lee. ๐Ÿ™‚

6 thoughts on “Launching my new blog to the world

  1. Lee – I too tried the instruction of BC to set a time/place to write. It worked; 1k words later I stopped for cake, 3k more and Food for Thought supplied lunch. Pity it’s all gibberish – I’ll offer some to VRWG on Monday. Guess where all this happened?
    Congratulations on the blog – looks really great.

    • Hi Tom

      Glad you managed to write so many words. When your writing gets edited it should be really good. Cake always helps! ๐Ÿ™‚ Hmmm! Gladstone’s Library by any chance? ๐Ÿ™‚ Hope you’ve had a great day and I hope you have a wonderful weekend. Thank you for liking my blog. See you Tuesday.

      Lee ๐Ÿ™‚

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