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So I’ve been thinking about revamping or eliminating Thursday Night Write for awhile now. Back when I was able to comment every entry, we sometimes had 50 or more pieces. But eventually, I couldn’t keep up with it, and as my participation fell off so did everyone else’s.
After informally polling my TNW “regulars” the consensus seems to be that everyone loves TNW and doesn’t want to see it end, but they just don’t always have time to post something.
Ayla suggested we keep Thursday Night Write, but mix up the actual writing entries with other writing-related posts, which I think it’s a great idea!
So from now on, Thursdays will be devoted to writing in some form or another. It might be something simple like an inspiring quote or something more detailed liked writing tips. It could be an opinion piece or an interview with an author or bookseller. And every now and then, I’ll continue to throw in prompts or Open Mics so you still get a chance to flex your writing muscle for everyone on the site.
This week, I thought we’d start by talking about writing projects we want to try. Most of the writers I know suffer from an overload of ideas.
Too many ideas, not enough time.
I’m definitely in that category. Writing is one way that I can be daring, and I love to try writing new things in new genres (even if I can’t sell them all) just to see if I CAN.
So I’ll start by listing the projects I’d like to try and you guys do the same in comments, okay?
An adult thriller – in process
An adult mystery/thriller series with a recurring character – have something in mind for next year
A Middle Grade novel – have something in mind for next year
A high fantasy – I’m nowhere with this idea, but I’d love to try it!
A screenplay – Kenneth and I are developing something but I don’t know when I’ll be able to write it
What about you guys? What are some of the writing projects you’ve always wanted to take a crack at?