I’ve been thinking a lot about how I really need to start writing consistently again. I found out that one of my favorite authors, Robin McKinley, does a daily blog, and it was so refreshing to read her style for her personal posts. She really is a hoot and writes in such a conversational, clever, and yet so educated way. Seriously, I don’t remember the last time I read a blog and needed to reach for the dictionary--multiple times. That woman must have memorized a thesaurus at one point in her life.
But I think what I really need to do is just write every day, and frankly, that scares me. I have these standards--one of which I’ve realized is that I only want to write things I’m ok with sharing, with publishing to my blog. And that means I don’t write very often.
But I've decided I can't be ok with not writing very often. And that means you may not see everything that I write.
Some of you may not know this about little ol' Tori: I really don't like NOT sharing things. So this decision to write without sharing is actually a pretty huge deal.
Like I've mentioned in the past, I noticed that I write a lot less when I have someone around to tell things to. (Ahem, Husband.) Talking through things is how I process them, be in with someone in person, or written out on paper or a blog post. But to me, it has always felt like a waste if there is no one reading what I write.
But no more! This woman is going to do her best to write when she can, because even if I'm not posting, writers write. If I want to keep calling myself a writer, I better get my act together and do it.
Even if no one sees it.
What new thing have you decided to do recently?