When I think about writing with one hand behind my back, I wonder what that means to me. Why is my hand behind my back? Is something holding it back there? Am I writing with only half of myself? These are great questions for me and you to journal with especially if we are having a hard time getting our words onto the page.
Maybe you see a fictional story instead of your own story, you can write about that instead. Whatever you feel inspired to write.
You have two choices with this writing challenge. You can share your thoughts about what it means for you to be writing with one hand behind your back in the comments below, or… you can write it on your blog and then come back and share a few words about it and the link in the comments below.
I have decided that this is something I am going to write about on my blog and then I will share it in the comments for you to check out later today.
I would like to introduce Kim Switzer at MuseCraft™. I met Kim online and though I have never met her in person I consider her a friend. She has been a wonderful source of support and inspiration. If you are having trouble with your writing you might benefit from her wonderful contribution to our giveaways during the Story Dam Open House Extravaganza. She has offered to the online Story Dam writing community a Writer’s Muse Coaching session.
This giveaway will be available for you to enter again and again all through the next 7 days. All you have to do is come back and share it daily and it will enter you once a day for you to receive the maximum number of your name in the “hat” so to speak.
Now to hear from Kim Switzer:
I’m Kim Switzer, professional muse, practitioner of whimsy, and teller of tales. I’m a certified Kaizen-Muse™ Creativity Coach and a Certified Modern Day Muse Group Facilitator. My first creative love has always been writing, so I specialize in coaching writers through my Writer’s Muse programs to help them get their stories out into the world. When I’m not writing, you can find me reading, art journaling, taking photos, painting, knitting, embroidering, and generally making messes and art. I live in Oregon with one boyfriend, two cats, and a whole cast of characters inside my head clamoring to get out.
Win a Writer’s Muse coaching session from MuseCraft™: 45-60 minutes on the phone to talk about your writing dreams, what’s holding you back, ways to move forward and make the journey easier and more fun.
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