My plans to develop and focus on Fevered Few, my NaNoWriMo novel are on hold for another week/month until a backlog of junk is clear and my depressed mind clears.
But I’ve been reading though – all pleasure and some as favours. Which brings me in a way to the topic of this month’s IWSG post:
February 6 question – Besides writing what other creative outlets do you have?
Nada – Zilch
Writing is my sole remaining creative outlet – unless I can count dreaming. But that’s linked to writing. I attempted sculpture – once – and struggled to play the flute, but that was decades ago. And the nearest to acting was my failed career as a producer.
So, writing remains my sole creative outlet – unless I cheat and add:
Reading and gaming
But those are both someone else’s creation, even if I spend my chilling time pursuing them. Anyway, in 2019, I have managed to read six books so far. One of those was the novelisation of a game that I have 90% completed, Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey – that’s the link to my review.
Writing again. So…Nada y Zilch.
Or do I count my photography? Mostly for work though. Creative? Or is that the poser? Anyway, I can no longer hold any camera steady so that is no longer any sort of outlet.
What is your non-writing talent/creative outlet?
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