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Thoughts about blogging // Excerpt of my NaNoWriMo-Novel

Hey you out there! I just realized something important. I don’t want to be somebody who blogs just to blog. Blogging is great if you have to say something important, but doing it for the sake of just saying something or advertising your stuff again – that’s nothing I can and will do. Regular blogging is just not my cup of tea.

I made this blog to talk about my writing, but to be honest, writing is most of the time an isolated activity, boring for everybody but the writer. It’s not as if you have something interesting to say about it every week or so…

The bestselling novelist Jackie Collins once said: “A lot of people talk about writing. The secret is to write, not talk.” Continue reading


Sample Sunday!

Today’s sunday – but no normal sunday. It’s sample sunday! 🙂 If you haven’t heard of it before, let me give you a short explanation: Sample Sunday is a twitter experiment where authors blog a sample of their work with the hashtag #samplesunday (usually on sundays of course ;)). So if you want to find other samples, head to twitter and search for #samplesunday.

This sample is from the last story in my short story collection “Ficitonal Times – A fabulous anthology of wondrous stories” called “Ripples and waves“: Continue reading