Writing challenges

There are no end of writing challenges out there, but the most important ones are those which you know will stretch you personally. I accepted a challenge to write a novella earlier this year. For ages I had no idea what to write about. Then I saw something on the TV one day at the gym and my mind started to tick.

I found a submission opportunity and set aside August and half of September to write my novella. On Tuesday I completed it and sent it off. I’m so pleased I did it and I’m very happy with what I’ve written. Whether or not anyone else does is completely outside my control so I’ll just wait and see.

On to the next writing challenge.

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About Cath Barton

Cath Barton is an English writer who lives in South Wales. She was the first Literature Editor of Celtic Family Magazine and is a regular contributor to the on-line critical hub for Welsh arts and culture, Wales Arts Review. Of her short fiction in print, most recently she has had stories published in the 2015 Flash Fiction Anthology "Landmarks" and in anthologies from Hour of Writes. She is also active in the on-line community of writers of flash fiction.
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