Recently, I did some deep thinking about where I was heading with my writing goals. Since I graduated from my Masters, I’ve pottered around working on a few creative projects; mostly my fictional short stories. But, something was missing.
I looked at my core values and rejigged my writing practice to support them. Writing as you may know, is a lonely profession. The writer is often inwardly focused. The result of my heart to heart? Two new writing goals emerged.
My new writing goals
- To help other artists promote themselves online by using my writing skills.
- To share my knowledge and resources for writing with other people.
An artist is…
When I say “artist”, it includes individuals who work in the arts industry.
- Visual artists.
There’s a huge list of different specialities within the arts industry, and my list is by no means exhaustive. Is your speciality listed above? If I’ve missed it, you can let me know in the comments.
What do you get?
People seek information when they visit a website. On this site, you can learn how you can benefit from my writing practice. You can also find inspiration or an alternative insight on a writing topic, fiction and non-fiction.
But, you could also hire my online writing services. I would enjoy helping you write an article for your blog or website. For me, doing what I love extends beyond writing fictional stories to online writing.
Either way, I recommend you look through my archive of reflections for writing examples and tips. If you don’t find what you’re looking for and you’d prefer to have a chat, contact me.
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Do what you love
If you are not doing what you love, you are wasting your time. Billy Joel
I love to write, not just fictional writing but non-fiction online writing too. I also want to help you do what you enjoy. And that’s what I discovered was missing from my writerly practice. The structure supporting my value to help others do what they love.
Let’s explore the world of words together and discover how you can do what you love.