Pleased to have an essay on The Woven Tale Press, a literary site I learned about from following Lisa Romeo‘s blog. On Fridays, Lisa often posts links useful to writers, especially writers of creative nonfiction.
The essay is about having no niche as a writer. On one hand, I find that reality frustrating, but on the other hand, I’m happy that I’m not “stuck” with one topic.
This essay was accepted at The Woven Tale Press before I started NaNoWriMo in November (National Novel Writing Month). So the good news is that I actually AM working on that novel that I was only day-dreaming about in the essay. The rest of what I say about roaming around from topic to topic in my nonfiction work still holds true.
Have a great week everyone!
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