Writing Flows

@OneOfMany (9148)
United States
October 7, 2015 2:04pm CST
I find that writing here and there increases my desire to write elsewhere as well, and it isn't long before I find myself writing or revising stories. Writing flows from one project to the next. That's what I find at least.
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@MALUSE (27090)
• Denmark
7 Oct 15
Good for you. Where else do you write?
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@OneOfMany (9148)
• United States
7 Oct 15
I was working on original stories I hope to turn into ebooks eventually. I do write a little on blogjob, but unless you upgrade your status there you need to write all the time to eventually cash out after several months. I just started last week.
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@marlina (55436)
• Canada
8 Oct 15
They say that the more we write, the better we should be.
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@OneOfMany (9148)
• United States
8 Oct 15
Or the more scatter brained!
@KristenH (17444)
• Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
8 Oct 15
It all depends on what you're writing about, whether it's fiction or nonfiction, like for newspapers and magazines. Keep writing and don't give up! I love it on how the writing flows between projects. I have my grumbles about edits too.
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@OneOfMany (9148)
• United States
8 Oct 15
I definitely enjoy my fiction writing more than my non-fiction bits!
@KristenH (17444)
• Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
8 Oct 15
@OneOfMany Morgan, I'm with you there. :-)
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@OneOfMany (9148)
• United States
9 Oct 15
@KristenH I'm all about sci-fi and supernatural elements in my stories.
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@sofssu (14755)
9 Oct 15
It really does.. the more you write the more you are moved to write.. I love writing.. ( not this kind exactly, though I love this too) I love writing poetry and creative stuff like the kind I used to write on Bubblews and other sites.
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@OneOfMany (9148)
• United States
9 Oct 15
Yes, this kind is the conversation kind. While I like chatting from time to time as well, I like story telling the most.
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@sofssu (14755)
9 Oct 15
@OneOfMany True... I have seen that side of your writing a bit as well.
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@OneOfMany (9148)
• United States
9 Oct 15
Story telling is fun. :)
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@else34 (13578)
• New Delhi, India
8 Oct 15
@OneOfMany,My experience is that once you write,you go on writing.I write in my mother tongue Hindi.Once I wrote a story,I went on writing.Even now I write in different magazines and newspapers.It ultimately becomes an addiction.
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@OneOfMany (9148)
• United States
8 Oct 15
I was doing this and writing all the time until I had different jobs and then my flow was cut off. I have been trying to get it flowing again for a while.
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@else34 (13578)
• New Delhi, India
9 Oct 15
@OneOfMany My story is the same too,my friend.I had got addicted to writing when I had no other work to do.Once I got employed,my 'habit' discontinued and I had to restore it again by beginning writing again.
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@OneOfMany (9148)
• United States
9 Oct 15
@else34 I was doing really well in the writing drive 9 years ago, but it was really interrupted by a bad job.
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• Soignies, Belgium
7 Oct 15
I also find myself taking pleasure writing , especially hence english isn't my native language , writting here and reading it helps me to evolve my wrtting skill ( no composer or book writter ) but i admit that i relate with you experience :)
@OneOfMany (9148)
• United States
7 Oct 15
I started working on my writing style by writing fanfiction stories, and getting feedback on my writing there.
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• Soignies, Belgium
7 Oct 15
@OneOfMany I'm not that up ahead , i'm mostly keepin a journal , and i have another notebook nwhere i like to type in ideeas and thoughs
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@OneOfMany (9148)
• United States
7 Oct 15
@BAblingOne You have better writing skills than some of the stories at FanFiction.net. All practice is good practice. It's up to you how you want to move forward.
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@Bluedoll (15287)
• Canada
8 Oct 15
That is so true. Knowing where to go is another story. Hey, its another story!!
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@OneOfMany (9148)
• United States
8 Oct 15
I flow into other stories often. They just never get done!
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@Bluedoll (15287)
• Canada
8 Oct 15
@OneOfMany Now that is a good point. May I offer a suggestion. It is easy to make a suggestion just keep in mind I didn't finish my novel yet.
@LadyDuck (103794)
• Switzerland
8 Oct 15
Do you have a personal blog or do you write for other writing sites? A personal blog for your would be interesting. You are so creative.
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@OneOfMany (9148)
• United States
8 Oct 15
For some reason I can never continue a blog I start. I lose interest because I lack an audience that interacts, or I get too abstract. Of course, a blog tends to branch away from a story. I guess if I were constantly telling a story I might be more interested.
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@LadyDuck (103794)
• Switzerland
8 Oct 15
@OneOfMany I understand because I am like you. I started a blog, but I lack an audience that interacts.
@valmnz (12531)
• New Zealand
9 Oct 15
Great that you enjoy so much success enjoying your writing.
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@OneOfMany (9148)
• United States
9 Oct 15
I'm a world builder, so it gives me the opportunity to imagine all sorts of different realities. I have created many and it's leading more and more to the desire to share them!
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@Tita417 (1250)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
8 Oct 15
Writing is just lke exercise th emore you write the more energy you want to do more. espeially when you love to write or that is your passion. I like to write funny stories and when I start writing and I laugh at how the story goes then I get energized and do some more.
@OneOfMany (9148)
• United States
8 Oct 15
Sometimes I think I get too many interests going at one time and I lose track of them. If I could finish more of what I start then it would flow better, I think.
@zulsha (20)
• Malaysia
8 Oct 15
Writing on this site might well be my continuing desire for greater exposure to write further. I find it great here, to be able to interact and change views from all backgrounds. Make friends then and make the world a better place to live in...
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@OneOfMany (9148)
• United States
8 Oct 15
I would like to make the world a better place to live in. I've started many different projects trying to turn my ideas into themes that would lead in that direction, but it stops often as I go. No one idea has ever turned into a permanent solution for my mind.
@jstory07 (57345)
• Roseburg, Oregon
8 Oct 15
That is good. And the beauty of sites like this is the fact that you can write about anything that you want to.
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@OneOfMany (9148)
• United States
8 Oct 15
well, almost everything. There's a lot you can't say here, but then, not everyone has dark sides as potent as mine!