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Writer's Retreats

Discussion in 'Writer's Lounge' started by jessica, August 6, 2018.

  1. jessica

    jessica Citizen of Logres

    Have you ever been on one::coffee::? Does it really help with writing?;) or an excuse for a holiday:snore:. Not that I'm planning hols or anything:p
  2. Cece

    Cece New Member

    I haven't but it's been on my to-do list for a while now. I'm waiting for one to really jump out at me. They're pretty expensive! Are you thinking about going on one?
  3. tirial

    tirial IT fixer extraordinaire

    Never. Would love to. Money is a problem. So is time. Miff.
  4. sliara

    sliara Member

    I have never been on a writer's retreat, I just write the ideas as they come effortlessly. I never "pressure" my mind to come up with ideas that requires me to intentionally think for 30 minutes. I just wait for the creative juices to flow.
  5. luri

    luri Member Scribe

    I am not a writer in a true sense, however, I have a blog and I write my blog posts. I do not want to call myself a writer because I have never done creative writing. However, I have always been fascinated when I see writers going to a writer's retreat and coming up with a great piece of work. I think a writer's retreat gives a writer a sense of tranquility to write better.
  6. PuzzleRaven

    PuzzleRaven Member

    If you put words together as writing, you're a writer. Don't knock yourself.
  7. luri

    luri Member Scribe

    I write blogs, so I might also be a writer, however, when I think about a writer, I see a person who writes literary works like novels, stories, etc. A lot of students write term papers and dissertations, which can be almost book-length, however, this does not make them a writer.
  8. Hova

    Hova Member

    I would to attend one of these. Get to meet other writers and learn about their writing process and whatnot.

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