They say that writing is a lonely business, and in a way it’s true: when you sit down to write, the whole world ceases to exist as you traverse to another one, to the one in your head. Someone might be sitting beside you, figuratively holding your hand, but you’re still somewhat on your own with the text you’re writing. But as a writer, you are not alone unless you want to be.
You might remember my last year’s post about great initiative on Twitter called “Friday Phrases” I’ve been taking part ever since. And now it’s been my pleasure to have been interviewed by Lara Meone Savine, the host of the website and the event. The interview is available on friday-phrases.com. You can learn few facts about me and get a bit of insight of what I’m working on at the moment. And, of course, there’s a selection of #FP for you to read!
I don’t think I would be wrong if I said that most of people can’t wait for Friday: especially for its evening part, when the week’s work has been done and it’s time to relax… or catch up with all the things neglected during the non-weekend days. Though I have to admit that regardless of how much I am looking forward to the weekend, Friday morning always throws me in a state of panic. “Is it today already?” I think opening my browser. “What’s this week’s theme?”