“Every secret of a writer’s soul, every experience of his life, every quality of his mind, is written largely in his works.”
— Virginia Woolf
The month of May was good to me and my blog. I received a lot of good news from friends and family, I got so many engagements on here and I also worked on some personal projects just to mention a few things I am grateful for.
I am happy to announce the start of my 30-day writing challenge which will be running consecutively throughout this month.
Unlike my previous 10-day writing challenge, the prompts for this particular challenge is fixed and it was inspired by the afrobloggers community.
Participating in writing challenges help open my mind to so many inspiring stories I have to share. It helps me reflect on my journey as I pour out my heart every day.
In addition, writing every day increases my productivity and creativity as a writer but most importantly, it sparks my desire to find wonderful stories in every moment.
I hope to stay committed to this challenge and I would be so excited if you came along with me on this journey.
If you want to read about my last writing challenge, kindly click here.
“You don’t start out writing good stuff. You start out writing crap and thinking it’s good stuff, and then gradually you get better at it.”
― Octavia E. Butler
P.S: If you are interested in getting a copy of the 30-Day Writing Challenge prompts, kindly drop your email in the comment section.