KennAllan wrote:Hiya, Soren.
I now realize I probably should have bypassed the Weekly Challenge last quarter. I'd planned on quitting at the end of the previous quarter, but the challenge of writing a poem in WHATEVER genre was thrown at me was too much to pass up. I'm glad I did it, though... much was gleaned from my attempts. However, the time consumed has placed my Page Turner entry in jeopardy...
Now I'm faced with a pile of notes, an incomplete chapter, and five days in which to complete my entry. I dunno...
Hi. By the way, you were my lead into FW. I had an assignment to do author-modeling and to review writing websites. This site was on the list of websites and so I author-modeled you (a paltry imitation for sure). Then, I kept coming back here. So, thanks for your writing, it's led me here.
As for the PageTurner Contest, I was kinda lucky in that I had an underdeveloped screenplay that I'd left on the shelf for a long time, so my process for this competition was more about adaptation and how to make it more impressive. The synopsis was really the hardest part for me. I'm not expecting a win, but the rebirth of the project was well worth the effort.
So many here read your work dutifully, so your choice benefitted many others. Now, I'll start saying my prayers for you and hope my new signature line is motivating for you.
“Get to work. Your work is to keep cranking the flywheel that turns the gears that spin the belt in the engine of belief that keeps you and your desk in midair.” ~Dillard.