New Adventures

This last month, I have been working on a different kind of writing. As if I don’t already have enough to do, I have created a website titled Write Like It Is. If you ask me why, I will say, “I don’t know. I just wanted to see if I could create my own site.”

The whole thing started out as a site for construction defect paralegals. My profession is specialized, often interesting, sometimes broad and most of the time pretty much the same thing day after day. I love being a construction defect paralegal. But, about halfway through my free membership at Homestead, I decided I didn’t love it enough to give all of my hard work away.

Alas, it took me less than a week to concoct my writing website. It contains a pen loft where writers of all levels get serious, a library stacked to the brim with resources, and a playroom filled with fun toys. I even share a bit of my own writing there.

I posted awhile back that one of my stories was posted in a local anthology. Yesterday was the launch party for Vintage Voices where many of us read our publications. I have not read anything I have written in front of an audience for about two years. Yesterday, I read my story in front of about 20-25 people. I received many great comments from the audience, which made my day. In my community, we have some awesome writers. I am proud to be part of such a literary community.

Now, it’s late and time for me to turn in. Please visit my website! http://www.writelikeitis.com

3 thoughts on “New Adventures

  1. Thanks, Georganna. It’s intersting your should mention construction defects because that was origanally why I wanted to do a website- to share what I’ve learned in my paralegal career. No matter how hard I tried, I could not get it off the ground. Even when I told my beau about my paralegal website I was trying to erect, he was a little confused as to why I would want to “give away” what I do. Well, one day, I just got this bright idea I wanted to do a website about writing and it was done and up in a matter of a few days. When my beau heard about that, he said that THAT felt right. When it’s right, it all falls into place. 🙂


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