(Re)Write Weekend Remix

“If I can only write my memoir once, how do I edit it?” ― S. Kelley Harrell

It’s Sunday, the beginning and end of the week. What are you reading these days? Have you had a chance to write this weekend? This post is about writing as a process where revision allows a writer opportunities to revisit, rethink, rework, and rewrite. The writer is always revising (even published work). Here are a few posts from the past few weeks revised and remixed. Click on title to link to each post. Hope you enjoy them!

A Creative Summer GetAway

Coastal Retreat

Clutch

Sleep, Dream, Awake

Google Crisis Map

Google Crisis Map

Reflection: The Sky and Earth in Crooked Bend

A Thousand Lights of Sun

Bits of Blur and Sip


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3 Comments on “(Re)Write Weekend Remix”

  1. June 2, 2013 at 2:08 pm #

    You got that right Dionne! I’m always going back and editing my blog posts. As I develop more and more content, I’m going to do what you do and take 1 day a week to revisit each post to optimize it and even link articles to each other to build a relationship of articles for the reader to enjoy! Thanks for being awesome! :)

    • June 2, 2013 at 2:57 pm #

      Thank you Josh. And I appreciate the follow on my blog and on Twitter. Revision is a part of the writing process that takes time. Putting our writing away for a moment allows us to live new experiences fully, then we are able to look at drafts and past writing with new, fresh perspectives. And yes, that definitely goes for all things content. Keep in touch and keep writing!

      • June 2, 2013 at 3:55 pm #

        I definitely will!

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