I have to admit, your writing has noticeably improved as a result of the writing course. You’ve gone from simply blurting out your feelings (which is fine every so often!) to forming, moulding and shaping them into meaningful pieces of solid writing.
A darker side of your writing has emerged with characters unlike any of your old, often sweet but two dimensional ones. You like to wrench out the negative emotions, don’t you? Sadness, grief, loss, guilt…
But on the positive side,Writing101 has introduced you to some lovely new people. Just look at this snazzy new site you’ve been lucky enough to join! It’s not hard to see that it’s helped you to develop not only as a writer, but as a person. On bad days, when you feel lonely or down, all you need to do is open up your blog. You have your fellow commenters to talk to, endless posts to transform your negative emotions into something valuable and, of course, the vast collection of posts from your favourite bloggers popping up for you to read and enjoy.
So as the amount of followers, likes and comments have slowly, gradually grown, you’ve been brought more and more reasons to smile. It’s been helpful to see which ideas work and get good responses, and which are less successful. There’s still a long way to go, plenty of growing to do, but you should be proud of yourself for what you have achieved so far!
Dreamer Girl (a.k.a Lucinda!)