Writing Preferences (Survey Results)

Writing preferences vary and overlap greatly within the writing community. A ten question survey seemed a fun & brief way to help writers articulate their preferences and then see how they are different yet similar to other writers.

And here are the results!

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What Are Your Writing Preferences?

Here’s a little survey for you in case you are curious to see how your writing preferences compare to other takers of this survey. Of course no answer is “good” or “bad” so just be honest and have fun!

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Identity as a Writer: What’s Your Opinion?

Here are two takes on a writer’s identity. Do you agree with either, both, or have a different opinion you’d like to share? ——————————————————————————————————- “We should write because it is human nature to write. Writing claims our world. It makes it directly and specifically our own. We should write because humans are spiritual beings and writing is a […]

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(poem) Solitary Mourning

Solitary Mourning Her upstairs window bleeds darkness each morning As sorrow’s suitcase is packed against the shuttered emptiness. The house is freshly painted and clean against the sky. A calm wind shifts through the trees. She entertains upon the porch all summer, But in winter no one enters the smoke filled room of her heart. […]

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A Question for My Readers

Now that I have passed the 100 post mark, I think you and I have a feel for my posting style. What changes would you like me to make? For instance… I’ve noticed that many blogs write without bullets, in a more essay-type format. Would you prefer this? Am I posting to frequently? By posting […]

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A Sunshine Award Recipient (with a haiku, too)

The haiku… A Sunshine Award Courtesy H. J. Lockman Good for one haiku Seriously though. H. J. Lockman, like most of you, is a writer who follows my blog. He considers himself a “hopeful future writer” and what writer (even the published one) doesn’t feel that way sometimes? Thank you, Lockman, for finding my blog […]

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