On second thought (Aprildaily post-mortem part 2)

8 thoughts on “On second thought (Aprildaily post-mortem part 2)”

  1. As someone who writes mostly fiction, I think the type of writing you often do (personal essays) requires a lot more courage than fictional pieces. It’s extraordinarily brave to put yourself on the page/screen without the protective layer of being able to make things up and attribute thoughts and actions to pretend people. 🙂

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  2. Thanks for sharing your April commitment with us, Andrea–not just the daily writing (which was wonderful), but also the courage and vulnerability. It was inspiring. I’m looking forward to see what comes next for you/us!

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  3. I was inspired by your prompt box idea and made my own for 10 minute freewrites, and I found myself writing mostly fiction based on those words. Then again, that was kind of my purpose for doing so–I want to get back into creative writing but felt like I had no ideas. The prompt supplied the ideas, the rules of not stopping supplied the uninhibited freedom, and I’ve ended up with some good writing, some bad writing, and a hell of a lot of inspiration and story ideas.

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  4. I understand completely what you are talking about. I’m caught somewhere in the middle, that is why the book I’m writing, “Strength, Love and Grace” is a work of fiction and nonfiction.

    I know the nonfiction part of my book, making it part fiction I can control how it ends and protect the privacy of my family.

    I admire your bravery moving forward.

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