Blogs are readily set up for this sort of writing

Blogs are readily set up for this sort of writing

The name of this blog you are reading is the Write Mix which means there is a mix of writing on it. So, it occurred to me as I posted the previous writing that it’s in the genre of diary writing. And one before that was in the genre of anniversary writing.

Days and dates are important to diaries. In fact, blogs are extremely like the diary genre as every post is dated and journalled.

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The artist’s mind’s eye

The artist’s mind’s eye

In the throes of life, an artist happens to be picturing something in their mind, and wishes to translate that to paper. It may have arrived ‘through the ceiling’ as it was; or in the other words it just popped into their mind. It could come from observation of the real world; a landscape, a person; a thing. But like a camera the artist has a snap shot in their mind of something they want to put onto canvas or in a novel.

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Nebulous writing has a point

Nebulous writing has a point

Nebulous writing is without a plan, a shape, a design. Just write. With the thought in the back of the head: think about where this piece, this novel, this screenplay is going.

Happens at some stage in a writing career. The fluid recording of thoughts, typed, or on paper, translated into something of a story, a piece, an article, a personal experience related, into a script of some important story.

In the end, nebulous writing isn’t nebulous at all, for all writing must go somewhere.

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