3 Words




This post was made in response to the Trifecta Writing Challenge weekend Trifextra prompt, in which the editors asked us to sum up our own writing process with just three little words

In my case, it’s all right there in the name of my blog. If you want the long version of my writing process, you can read what I wrote a little over a year ago On Writing in the Interstices. (Incidentally, I’d love to know your thoughts regarding that piece.) And it’s always worth reading what Neil Gaiman has to say about it, right there on the right-hand side of this page. He also sums up why I write in three little words: sometimes you fly.

27 responses to “3 Words

  1. My three words for you.
    I. Adore. You.
    These were perfect, I read them and Said. “of course!”

    • And three for you: Right. Back. Atcha! 🙂 I’m off to read what’s up so far. I have a feeling there are going to be a bazillion entries this weekend!

  2. And here are my three words for you: Very cleverly crafted!

  3. Apropos Of Everything

  4. love it!

  5. Ah, yours has given me the best visual so far 🙂 I love the pictures you paint in my imagination.

  6. I have to battle through the fog sometimes too.

  7. Thus your blog title, right? You write memorably 🙂

    • Yes, exactly! I seriously wrestled with some other words and phrases until I realized that my blog title already said it all. Thank you – “memorable” is a huge compliment!

  8. applauds!!!! 🙂

  9. I see what you did there.

  10. Love it! Such a fitting answer :).

  11. Love the how and the why of your process.

  12. Naturally! and perfection.

  13. Bonus points for the Neil Gaiman tie-in. Of course, bonus points don’t count (that wouldn’t be exactly fair) but still…bonus points! And lovely advice, too.

    Thank you for linking up!

  14. I love how you chose these words! Brilliant

  15. Sometimes mud, in my case :))

  16. I love how you summed up your process, and I especially like trudge. It aptly describes my process at times-like my hands as well as my brain are weighted with lead.

    Excellent three words!

  17. The fog can sometimes make you feel you are not reaching the goal.

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