If you’re a writing enthusiast like myself, you know how exciting it is to get published. I’ve had a few successes (apx. 8) but I never cease to get lit up when the next one comes along. Memoir Mixtapes published Georgia to Oregon, this morning.
Writers were asked to draw on a non-fiction memoir relfective of America’s: A Horse with No Name: Read Story
And here are some photos from the Georgia to Oregon for a visual:
In other news:
I’m plugging along with “the lady.” I received some great advice via Zoom this morning. This lady needs “background” work and I need to work on my “message.”
Writing and Art have one thing in common IMHO. Sometimes its hard to know when to stop. I don’t have near as much trouble knowing when to stop with writing, but drawing is more difficult for me to call it quits on. Drawings and paintings can get overworked, worn out. This lady looked worn out to begin with and now she’s looking like I’m trying to beat her poor image to death.
Thankfully, the honeycomb paper she’s on is very forgiving with charcoal. But sometimes I can’t get it as dark as I’d like and I’m tempted to throw in some jet black PAINT. Don’t give up on me, I’m hoping she exudes a “message” before too long.
I hope everyone is doing well with your hobbies and loves. I would love to get together with and or hear from all my friends. These are lonely isolating times.
Thank you for reading!