Tag: Writing

In a dimension adjacent to this one

dimensions
In a dimension adjacent to this one, someone is blogging.
In a dimension adjacent to this one, someone is blogging about blogging.
In a dimension adjacent to this one, someone is reading about blogging.
In a dimension adjacent to this one, someone is writing about reading about blogging.
In a dimension adjacent to this one, someone is reading a blog about writing about reading about blogging.
In a dimension adjacent to this one, someone is writing a blog about reading a blog about writing a blog about blogging.
In a dimension adjacent to this one, someone is wondering about someone in a dimension adjacent to that one.
In a dimension adjacent to this one, someone is blogging about someone in a dimension adjacent to that one.
In a dimension adjacent to this one, someone is reading a blog about someone blogging in a dimension adjacent to that one.
In a dimension adjacent to this one, someone is writing about someone reading a blog about someone blogging in a dimension adjacent to that one.
In a dimension adjacent to this one, someone is writing about someone writing about someone reading a blog about someone blogging in a dimension adjacent to that one.
In a dimension adjacent to this one, someone is realising that someone in a dimension adjacent to that one, is writing a blog about the blog they are writing about someone reading about a blog in another adjacent dimension.
In a dimension adjacent to this one, someone is pondering the complexities of parallel dimensions.
In a dimension adjacent to this one, someone is taking time out.
In a dimension adjacent to this one, someone is blogging about thoughts and where they can lead us.
In a dimension adjacent to this one, someone is blogging.
Just blogging about anything, everything and nothing.

In a dimension adjacent to this one.

Making of the Shrew…

The Story Circle

Recently, I was asked to take part in a bit of a challenge. A relay writing challenge. I accepted, and had a fabulous time in doing so.

I was a little apprehensive at first, as I was in fourth place. I was writing the finale of the story, which meant I had to tie up loose ends, finish the story, keep the momentum going, hope the whole thing made sense, and didn’t ruin the fabulous three parts that went before me. All with someone else’s characters to boot!

This relay challenge is an idea of Cameron D Garriepy, where she invites a guest writer to start the story, and then the following parts are written week by week by a different writer, chosen by the previous one. The graphic above links to Cameron’s site, and I’m still reading through her pages myself, having only recently started visiting her site. Our paths have crossed over the blogosphere from time to time, however!

If you would like to read the story, I would suggest starting at the beginning, but also read with an open mind. Here are the links:

Part One was written by Andra Watkins

Part Two was written by Kate Shrewsday

Part Three was written by Susan Sheldon Nolen

And Part Four was written by me.

I’d like to thank Cameron for providing the challenge in the first place, and for publishing my part of the story on her site. I would also like to thank Andra, Kate and Susan for laying down the plotlines, and leaving some spaces between the lines for me to fill in! And I’d like to thank Penelope, the character whom the story revolves around – I find that if you like the character, they write for themselves. Hopefully my part does justice to the other three excellent parts.