I’ve been enjoying your “soul” poems this month and hope to see others posted during our final week or so. Thanks to all who join the Word of the Month Poetry Challenge each month.
If you have a story about your involvement with libraries, please don’t forget to send it to me so I can include it next Tuesday in our final episode this month of WRITERS AT WORK.
I had a fine time at this year’s Children’s Literature Festival of the Ozarks. Nearly 3,000 children were there to hear fourteen authors and artists. My voice was hoarse by the end of the day but it was all fun and Byron Biggers Band performed several numbers during the evening signing party and program.
Yesterday was not a good writing day. It was supposed to be. Should have been. I had twelve hours without interruption and a new project to work on. Still, I was sluggish and what I wrote was uninspired. I know that I’ll have to redo almost everything I wrote, but at least it was a start. For better or worse I got something down. Today I’ll see if a full night’s rest will bring me back to work with sharper ideas.
Happy day before Thanksgiving everyone,