Weekend Recaps are…well…just that. In case your week was a hectic one, here’s your chance to peruse what you may have missed. And it is also a chance for you to revisit the conversation(s).
Writing Space is meant to be an experiment in co-creation. It is a space where writers and readers can come together to discuss interests, topics, POV, et al. My aim is to start the conversation rolling with a post that is entertaining, informative and highly scannable–writerly jargon for easy to read if you are in a hurry. My posts are designed to be short (around 500 words) and prompt as many questions as they answer. Leave ‘em wanting more, as they say.
Here’s where the co-creation comes to play. Tell me and the rest of the participants what you want to know more about. Or if you have something to add, let us know about it. If you just read or wrote a killer blog piece on the same subject, send us there. For this to be effective, please send us to a related piece. I promise to check and respond to all postings. That’s my contract as moderator.
Byline: Lara Britt ~Dateline: Hawaii
Each and every post will deal in someway or another with my journey as a writer in Hawaii. It may be subtle, but most likely not. Don’t be surprised to see links to other writers or helpful sites in the blogosphere. However, I want each post to be enjoyable for the more general reader.
What else can you expect of me?
Each week, I will write 5 new posts according to a daily theme. Below you will find examples and links to the past week’s content. The 6th day will be a recap of the week and will eventually–maybe even as early as next week–include a taste of what’s on next week’s menu. The blog will be a huge success in my own definition when I can also include musings on the comments conversations.
I have enjoyed reading all of the comments. Thank you all! I’ve also been tracking statistics like an expectant father monitors labor pains. It seems as if I’m not the only one Cooing for Coco Puffs! It was the outlier of the week, for sure! It brought nearly half of the readers from more than a dozen countries. The great news is that, even without that boon, the week’s numbers exceeded my expectations. Thank you again!
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Play Date Thursdays
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