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[Blogging 201] Connaissez-vous ma partenaire de blog, Mlle Louise

Louise et moi nous nous sommes rencontrées il y a 4 ans pendant un événement que je cite souvent : le NaNoWriMo.

Nous avons sympathisé autour de notre besoin desespéré d’écrire, de notre amour des bons films de divertissement et du chocolat. Lorsque j’ai lancé ce blog en décembre 2013, elle tait une des premières personnes avec qui j’ai partagé mes idées et le lien vers son blog est le premier qui soit apparu dans ma blogroll. Depuis, nous nous sommes soutenues dans de nombreuses épreuves, le syndrôme de la page blanche, les invasions de plot bunnies et les urgences d’écriture et les épuisements du clavier.

Au cours de mon challenge d’écriture estival, elle a lu la plupart de mes textes avant que je ne les publie, elle a également fait naître des idées dans mon cerveau sans faire exprès.

nous avons partagé des personnages, répondu à certains de nos articles respectifs et chacune a même écrit de la fanfiction du travail de l’autre.

Louise écrit  les émotions dans toutes leurs formes d’expression. Elle a un don naturel pour les longues phrases fluides qui vous donneront envie de serrer vos proches dans vos bras ou de remettre en cause vos préjugés ; cela dépend de son humeur. Elle écrit également beaucoup de fanfiction et a une véritble passion pour les loups. la Tolérance est un de ses dada dans la vie et elle remet à leur place les idiots et les insensibles. C’est un auteur génial, alors n’hésitez pas à visiter son blog : mllelouise.wordpress.com.

Si tout va bien, elle écrira un article sur le blog la semaine prochaine. Elle prendra ma place pour le top 4 du mardi et vous donneras des pistes pour écrire les émotions aussi bien qu’elle. je l’ai déjà dit plusieurs fois et je le dirai autant de fois que nécessaire : elle s’y connait rayon émotion.

[Blogging 201] Blogging Buddies : please meet Louise

Louise and I have met about 4 years ago during an event I have often told you about : NaNoWriMo.

We bonded over our common desperate need to write, love of good entertainment movies and chocolate. When I launched this blog in december 2013, she was one of the first with whom I shared my ideas and the link to her blog was one of the first to appear in my blog roll. Since then, we have supported each other through thick and thin, writer’s blocks and invasions of plot bunnies, urges to write and keyboard exhaustion.

During my summer writing challenge, she was the one to read most of my texts before I published them and even unintentionally spurred ideas in my brain.

We have shared fictional characters, answered some of each other’s blog articles and even wrote fan fiction on each other’s work.

Louise writes about emotions in all his expressions. She has a natural gift for long fluid sentences that’ll make you want to hug your loved ones or questions your prejudices, depending on her mood. She also writes a lot of fan fiction and has a genuine adoration for wolves. Tolerance is one of her constant concern in life and she won’t take crap from anyone being unsensible. She a great writer, so do not hesitate to visit her blog : mllelouise.wordpress.com

If everything’s ok, she’ll be featured next week on the blog. She’ll take over the Top 4 spot to talk about how to write emotions like she does. I have said it many times and I’ll repeat it as often as needed, she’s a master when it comes to write emotions.

Tell Him Or Lose Him Anyway (July 22nd)

This post is an answer to today’s writing prompt on the Dailypost blog : The sincerest form of flattery.

I chose to write à la Mlle Louise style which I know quite well since I have been beta reading her work for quite some time now.

I chose her today because she is by far one of the few writers I know to be able to write so well about emotions without dwelling in melodrama or pity party style. She’s also a deep POV master but she does not know it.

This story is a part of my summer writing challenge : writing a 100 word story everyday, the 14th installment.

You can read all the details of my challenge and my reasons for doing it (and not CampNaNoWriMo) here.

I hope you will like today’s story and please do not hesitate to leave a comment.

Casey entered the kitchen hoping she would run into Alexander. He had plans to leave town and never come back and she could not stop thinking about it. She felt an urge to hug him and slowly let her tongue slip between his lips and maybe let her hand reach the small of his back. But, what if he thought she was just a silly annoying kid and never ever wanted to talk to her anymore or worse, even, refused her politely saying he saw her like a little sister. Hey she suddenly realized, tell him or lose him anyway.

100 dollars an hour (July 14th)

Today’s story is an answer to 100 Word Story website photo prompt of the month.

This story is a part of my summer writing challenge : writing a 100 word story everyday.

You can read all the details of my challenge and my reasons for doing it (and not CampNaNoWriMo) here.

I hope you will like today’s story and please do not hesitate to leave a comment.

 

The door opened and light suddenly stuffed the room.
– What are you doing here, Lilly ?
– Finding my inner peace.
– Bullshit. You floating alone in a dark pool? This is nuts.
– Well, if you had used your brain instead of jumping to false conclusions, you would have understood that this place is my temple of solace away from my urban life, joke worthy job, two frantic toddlers and a mindless husband. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going back floating. At 100 dollars an hour, our little domestic just costed me 6 bucks. Don’t wait for me.