Wednesday, November 7, 2018

#TheIWSG November

It’s time for another group posting of the Insecure Writer’s Support Group! Time to release our fears to the world – or offer encouragement to those who are feeling neurotic. If you’d like to join us, click HERE. We post the first Wednesday of every month. 
Started by Alex J. Cavanaugh, this hop is all about encouragement. 

The awesome co-hosts for the November 7 posting are: Ellen @ The Cynical SailorAnn V. FriendJQ Rose and Elizabeth Seckman!


This month's optional question is: How has your creativity in life evolved since you began writing?

I think I've become more courageous about my creativity. I love to sing and I've been singing on the praise team at my church. I love photography and I've been playing around with that. I love color and I finally told my husband who is a bit of a "white walls and white trim" kind of guy that I really need color in our house. I'm currently painting over white walls and white trim with blues, a purplish off-white, and a silvery gray. My house finally doesn't feel like an institution to me. 
And, my husband has been surprised to find he likes it. (So, I am conquering the white on white world one person at a time! Mwahaha.)

I'm currently doing NaNoWriMo and I'm definitely pushing through some writing walls with creativity this month.


Check out the Instagram Posts for IWSG or participate by creating your own posts with these themes for each day of November!

The #IWSGPit Twitter pitch is once a year now – and the next one is in January! Don’t miss it.

IWSG Anthology Contest! Winners will be announced January 2!

The IWSG partnered with Write…Edit…Publish and we are hosting a contest for the February theme! 

Rules: Submit your idea for a WEP February theme by November 12 to admin AT Nothing so U.S. culturally bound. Should have wide appeal. 

Prize: Feature in the December newsletter for the winner. And, of course, the winning theme will be the official February WEP theme! 

Deadline: November 12. Winner announced in the November newsletter on November 28. 

Plus December's WEP theme is... 

So, how has your writing encouraged your creativity in life? Are you on Instagram, Goodreads, Facebook, or Twitter? (IWSG is at all of those places.)

Did you submit a story for the anthology? Are you ready for WEP in December? And do you have a great idea for WEP in February? 

Are you doing NaNoWriMo?