NaPoWriMo is over, what’s next?

This year, comparing to previous one, was on odd writing experience. I didn’t enjoy as much as I wanted to since my right hand was injured (and still is) and my writing was much influenced by that. I was just browsing some of the poems I wrote (where most of them didn’t have any revision at all) and it’s interesting how internal struggle, discontent and pain can initiate some weird creativity modes and hence unexpected writing pieces. Some, I myself have to read a couple of times in order to understand them. Nevertheless, it was fun experiment.

The bad news is that my hand is still in recovering phase where is a danger of permanent damage of nerves due to already existing neuropathy. I need to frequently rest and with already present work and coaching there is little room left for poetry and blogging. So far, I have no idea how this will impact Business in Rhyme in future, but of course full recovery is my priority.

I want to thank you all who still visit and read old articles published here, and I hope they really help you in your writing journey. I’ll give my best to update as frequently as possible and I’m also exploring other ways of expressing my creativity and merge them with poetic techniques. Monthly newsletter will still go with prompts and links for improving writing and creativity.

I hope soon here will be some new poems and resourceful articles for you, so stay tuned and keep writing 😊

Maja

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  1. Hopefully you recover soon. Was missing your blogs. Have always got some good advice here. Thanks to you I took part and successfully completed the poetry challenge though it did take a lot out of me. Looking forward to reading more from u .

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