Write On, and On, and On

Happy New Year to all, and may your writing flourish and lead you along interesting paths.

If you look up at the menu bar, you’ll see it’s been streamlined. The five Ws — Who, What, When, Where, and Why — and their first cousin How are now all on the same page.

The “You!” page is now “Got a Question?” It includes a comment form to make it easy for you to ask questions, share your experience, offer suggestions, whatever.

If you’re on Facebook, Write Through It has its own page. If you “like” it (and maybe even if you don’t), you can make comments and ask questions there too.

Write Through It now has 1,060 followers, and it’s not even a year old yet. I’m amazed. Welcome aboard, and special thanks to all who’ve commented, liked various posts, and otherwise supported this blog. You’re keeping it, and me, going.

P.S. I just added four new ink colors to my collection: sepia brown, suede blue, copper burst, and velvet black. No, I didn’t need any more ink, but ink, like pens and blank paper, is faith in the future. It’s going to be a good writing year. Here’s the current collection.

The four new bottles are on the left. You can tell they're new because they're so clean. I don't know why I up-ended Travvy's bone behind the tableau, but I like it.

The four new bottles are on the left. You can tell they’re new because they’re so clean. I don’t know why I up-ended Travvy’s bone behind the tableau, but I like it.

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2 thoughts on “Write On, and On, and On

  1. Wow, I must admit I’m a little jealous of your ink collection! Those colors sound lovely.

    I have a couple of black and one gold, but actually just before the new year my boyfriend spilled one (black of course) and now I’m desperately trying to remove it from my carpet as the new year begins. How’s that for symbolism, hah! (tear)

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    • Oh boy, there’s a short story or a scene from a novel in that one! 🙂 Maybe writing with ink means living a little dangerously? I haven’t had any real ink-related disasters, but I’ve come close. If you look closely at the bottle of red ink, you’ll see not only that the label is a real mess but that the cap is broken. It still stays on, but barely. That’s because I left it too close to the edge of the coffee table and my dog’s impressive tail knocked it off. It spilled a little but not too much, and on easy-to-clean linoleum. Whew.

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