What rules your writing?

Through my discussions with fellow artists and writers, I have learned that it is important to be clear about your artistic intention. Today, I wanted to offer you a simple prompt from my creative writing course that may or may not be challenging to answer. As I answered this question, I wrote the first things that came into my mind, but perhaps for you the answers will develop over time. Let’s explore together in our writing experience.

Use this prompt to define your intention:

What are the personal rules that govern your writing?

Authenticity.
Inspiration.
Lyrical flow.
Edit before sharing.
Share it, when you know to do so.

Gordon Hays
Artist, Writer, Wayshower

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I am an Artist, Writer and Wayshower. You can see more of my work on Facebook. Please visit my pages. Gordon Hays Artwork: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Gordon-Hays-Artwork/380616048717195 The Good Life with Gordon Radio Show: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Good-Life-with-Gordon/1463801707210100

One thought on “What rules your writing?”

  1. I personally write for myself with the grammar rules of poetry. If someone comments, bonus if they don’t it doesn’t mean anything for me and I carry on. I have fun writing and that is how I see writing for me.

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