Weekly Round-Up

22Jun15

324 5820_pd307469th ahoy-mate-500x333 npp7069034-630x350 party01 red-butt-spanking-640x425 tumblr_nicijiP1rv1qfn1szo1_1280When business takes me away from home it is often hard to get back into the swing of things, especially writing. While I was away and prompted by a comment on LSF about one of my stories I did take a moment to check out the library.

The LSF is a repository of many of my old stories and from time to time someone comments on an old one. It is hard to comment back as authors are not allowed to and have to reply individually to readers, which is frankly impossible. So many thanks to readers here who have commented there.

While there I was struck first by how much I have written in the last six years and how much my writing has evolved. Although some of the early stuff has an intensity it is hard to recapture, there is often poor characterisation and hardly any scene descriptions.

Sometimes I think I should read more and write less anyway. Luckily I am short of time rather than ideas, but I sometimes wish I could immerse myself into three or four days of 25,000 word novella; it is hard to sustain the freshness over a couple of weeks.

Back to the present I have very little time for blogging so here is a WR-Up light.

Pictures were found at: AAA, Able, CutiePie, All Things Spanking and Acknowledging Imperfection.



5 Responses to “Weekly Round-Up”

  1. I liked all the pictures and the girls got what they deserved.
    DeborahGifford

  2. 2 MrJ

    That is a very recognizable feeling of all of us who are writing, DJ – the miss of prolonged time
    The WR-U was very ’round’ indeed, this time. πŸ˜‰

  3. 4 R

    ” I was struck first by … how much my writing has evolved. Although some of the early stuff has an intensity it is hard to recapture, …”

    I know the feeling. I’ve been writing 8 years now and I have exactly the same reaction when I reread some of my old stuff.

    ” I am short of time rather than ideas, but I sometimes wish I could immerse myself into three or four days of 25,000 word novella”

    Ditto that, too.


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