May I tell you something about writing?
Since May is quickly coming to a close, the Blog Me MAYbe blogfest is also about to end. I've been pleased with my regular posting and the results I've been seeing as a result of it. Therefore, I decided to come up with my own posting regimen for the month of June. I'll try this schedule for at least a month. If I like it, I just might stick to it.
So, here's a glimpse into my writing future.
Monday: Meeting With My Muse
To start out the week, I'll try to sit down with my muse Pleiades so we can set a reasonable writing goal for the week that will work for us both. Of course, Pleiades isn't always reasonable.
Tuesday: Tuesday Treat
This is a reward for surviving Monday. Each Tuesday I'll try to post either a short piece of writing or something light and entertaining to fortify you for the rest of the week.
Wednesday: Worldly Wednesday
I'll spend the middle of the week examining something language related. After all, this is a writing blog, is it not? I might focus on anything from the etymology of a particular word to the way words are used in the world. Be it freedom of speech or the limitations of language, anything is fair game!
Thursday: Tea Time
This is an optional day. Like Arthur Dent in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, I've never been able to get the hang of Thursdays. If I decide to post, it will be on any topic of my choosing. Otherwise, consider it my tea break.
Friday: "I'll Flash You" Friday
Trust me, it's not as dirty as it sounds! On Friday I'll post a short piece of fiction to lead you into your weekend. It may be a stand-alone piece of flash fiction, or it may be part of a serial. If it's a serial, I may post the next part on the following Tuesday for your Tuesday Treat. Or I may not. It depends on how the week is going.
The rest of the month I'll also participate in some blogfests, and I may post random updates on my WIP whenever I decide to do so. It all depends on how I feel.
If anyone has any thoughts about my ideas, feel free to comment. I always welcome feedback.