A Request for Regular Readers: Give me a topic

I’ve got a nine-day holiday coming up where I disappear to Adelaide and Melbourne, sans laptop, and will not have regular internet access. Because I love you all and refuse to let my absence from the internet keep me quiet, I’m starting to prepare posts that will go live in my absence.

I have a few ideas for topics, but since I’m already breaking from my usual process, I figure that’s a good excuse to throw a question out there to the peeps reading this blog: what do you want me to write about?

Give me topics. Ask me questions. Set me challenges, if you’re so inclined. The last time I did this, a whole bunch of posts started out with people giving me a single word.

Essentially, if there’s a thing you’d like me to write and/or rant about, my brain is at your disposal. Answers will start going live from the 29th of February.


  5 comments for “A Request for Regular Readers: Give me a topic

  1. 09/02/2016 at 9:13 AM

    AI catechism

  2. 09/02/2016 at 10:05 AM

    [Genre, author, style] snobbery
    Collaborative writing
    Finishing a thing (project, story, etc.)
    The unenviable hell of a bad breakfast
    On the use of limitations to spur creativity

  3. 10/02/2016 at 8:37 AM

    Would you like to meet up for Coffee? Or are you Trappist Monking it?
    Jane Routley

    • 11/02/2016 at 8:55 PM

      Are you in Adelaide or Melbourne? The latter could get tricky, since I’ve already got a bunch of commitments and tend to spend my entire trip darting from place to place.

  4. 16/02/2016 at 3:29 PM

    Keeping track of stories–both the ones out for submission and the half finished ones.

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