Monday, June 27, 2011

A Brave New World?

Ruth Ayers has inspired me. A few years ago, before the other five grandkids arrived,  I started a children's book for my granddaughter, Kaylee. It has sat on my laptop all this time. I open it up once in awhile, play with it a little and then close it up. In my recent Web 2.0 class, I worked on some different ways to illustrate it, but, again, closed it up.

I've been following Ruth's new blog, Ruth Ayers Writes. Today's post dealt with fear. Specifically, a character's fear, but this easily transfers to my own. What am I afraid of?  That the story won't be any good?  Rejection?  Being laughed at?

So today, I start a new writer's notebook and dust off the story--plus a couple of others that have been running around in my brain.  And I will write...

Will I share?  Only time will tell.

5 comments:

  1. a wonderful goal to work on, Deb. Go for it! I'd love to see it, and remember, you have more grandchildren who will love it!

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  2. Wow - that's awesome! Make it come back to life and let the story be told. Happy writing!

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  3. Thanks for the support ladies. With you, I may share.

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  4. Between you and the other blog I read I've thought about writing. Hmmm...Who knew?

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  5. Write write write...for no other reason than it makes you smile and it feels really good to have written. Lucky grandkids of yours -- having someone write because of them.

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