Writing on Wednesday is a weekly meme, created right here at Bookish Ardour and is for everyone to participate in. All you have to do is link back to this post and leave a link to yours in the comments. Simple!
Every Wednesday I will post a new question for writers to answer on their own blogs or to answer in the comments. You can be aspiring, you can be published, or you can just write as a hobby, it doesn’t matter.
This Weeks Question: What Do You Love To Write?
Next Week’s Question: Are there any writing tips shared by someone else, or given by someone (including other writers or in books) that you have found to be helpful? Have you adopted any of them into your writing habits?
To submit a question please email firstname.lastname@example.org with WriWe in the subject title.
To answer my own question – I’m a fiction writer and I’m a disturbed girl, meaning I love writing disturbing subjects thanks to my disturbed imagination. I can’t help it really, I see the shadows under the bed and I automatically imagine the monster that lurks there and what he’d look like and what his background is and how he will kill everyone in the house. Point out a clown and I will automatically think of a horror back story or on the other hand something far more mental. I love to write about the mental aspect of loss, danger, fear, and internal struggles, especially mental disturbance of some sort, that may or may not lead to some sort of enlightenment, even if that enlightenment is a type of death.
I also love to write atmospheric descriptions and bring forth either ghastly images or something that is going to make someone cry (I don’t want them to cry, but I do love moving images). All these are usually in short stories or snippets, but I have been writing novels as well.
And I especially love writing Haiku even though I rarely write it. Maybe that’s why I love it so much.