It’s gone

Only a quick update on how happy I am at the moment. I’ve managed to stop editing and editing, and finally pressed the ‘submit’ button. Here ends the journey of Advanced Creative Writing I begun last September. I’ve learnt that script writing is not for me ans I should stick with my biggest strength which is writing stories. Prose it is then. Now it’ll take three months for the results to come through but that’s something I can live with since I get some free time to write what I want. Yes, finishing my novel is on the top of my ‘to do’ list as well as researching and creating characters for a novel which idea came to me suddenly last week. It’s completely different story from the one I’m writing now but that’s even more exciting. I will also submit a few stories for the new Sea of Ink publication and if I’m lucky enough my effort will be in print soon.

I wish all my fellow students/scribblers the best of luck in their career whatever that might be.

Happy scribbling my dear scribblers



~ by Niina Erin on May 13, 2013.

2 Responses to “It’s gone”

  1. Good luck with your submissions!

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