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Cogito Ergo Scribit is where I write about writing. I'm a writer with more than a decade of experience, and I'd like to lend my experience to others while I continue to learn myself.

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Thursday, November 19, 2009

Today's Project

I thought we'd try something new at this blog: projects. We all work on them independently. Linking/posting isn't required, but it's always nice. It's a way to keep the creative juices flowing, as well as challenging yourself to think about things you don't always think about.

So, to start this project on a positive note, write an account of the time in your life you're most proud of. Even if it's just a small, tiny moment, if it makes you happy and proud to be a human being, write it out. Even if you don't share it, even if you keep it secret -- write it out. Look back on that memory with pride and smile a warm, happy smile.

I plan on doing it too. I can't say how long it'll take me, as I've been busy (and sick), but I do plan on doing it. And I plan on making this a series if it goes over well with my readers. Even if you don't share what you wrote, feedback would still be lovely. Mayhaps you could let me know if you liked the exercise? Or you could tell others whether or not you liked it? And if you like it, maybe you can link it.

3 comments:

Rebecca said...

sounds great I'm getting right on it!

Sanskar Shrivastava said...

That inspires me of writing more. You said you have been sick, are you alright now?

PrettySiren said...

Sanskar, I'm glad that this has inspired you. Thank you for the feedback!

I have recently been diagnosed with a chronic inflammatory condition called lupus. Right now, I'm in the middle of what's called a "flare", where the illness suddenly "flares" up. On top of that, I have a gnarly case of bronchitis, which is keeping me down.

But, to answer your question, I intend to always be alright -- even if I am sick. =)