WRITING GOALS, POVs AND VOICES

As you may have seen in the bujo post, this year I decided to actually get myself a writing goal. I’ve never done that before and, to be honest, I thought that not reaching that goal would be really disappointing. So far, though, seeing those numbers go up has been nothing but motivating! I have to confess that I’m counting everything I’m writing with a creative purpose towards that goal — Once, the blog, the short stories. If it was for a single project, I don’t think I’d be this far. Especially because the single project (hint hint) is off to a rough start… Let’s talk about Once in a Lifetime? Notice: JavaScript is required for this content.

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The Short Story Experience: ONE WAY TICKET

“Jesus Christ,” Annette gasped as she entered the room. “How many decades has it been since you’ve been here? Yurik laughed but also gasped when he saw the amount of stuff there. “Brother…” Nikolai let out a low whistle. Natasha and Andrei made similar jokes as all of them crammed into Yurik’s attic. He was glad his friends accepted to help him but also regretted spending such a beautiful afternoon stuck in there. Notice: JavaScript is required for this content.

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READING (AND OTHER) CHALLENGES

I love a challenge. Specially those online lists, you know? The ones with prompts and suggestions and themes. I love them so much that, last year, there was a point I was participating in five different ones. Me and my friends even created different group chats for each one, which may sound insane. And it actually is. But it was so much fun! Notice: JavaScript is required for this content.

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