Hi there guys, I am back in the swing of things after having recently been through a lot of trials and tribulations recently that have unfortunately have affected not just me but the production of the book. A lot of drama has kept me from writing and concentrating on focusing on all sorts of projects that I wanted to finish. but the drama is over now and I can return back to normal.
I have had the unfortunate task of having to mourn the loss of my father recently, and then two months ago I lost a long time friend and brother from another mother after he commit suicide. Shortly after that I ran into a spot of trouble at work and had to prove my innocence after a disgruntled car park attendent decided to tell malicious lies about how was supposed to have hit him with my car no less than 5 times…ridiculous I know!
Well after successfully dealing with all of that I am happy to say that I am now back on the road to Normalville. I intend to write diligently and hope to have something for you to sample from the book as soon as I feel it is time.
After those experiences I have wondered about writer’s and how their personal lives effect their work. Some people actually write about it and use this as a medium to help them deal with it as like a therapeutic device for gaining closure.
As I have started back getting into the swing of things Im starting to wonder whether my experiences will in some way help shape or influence my writing in any away? Are there others who have had this experience and have noticed a change in the way a story is told or maybe the tone of the book changes, similar to the way an artist might paint a picture of something that reflects the mood they are in at that time?
Please I would relish any reflection on this sort of thing if you have any to share. Until then please stay watching out for more posts and keep pining for my succes. ^__^