14 July : Writing mascot #wpad

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A mascot is : A person or thing that is supposed to bring good luck or that is used to symbolize a particular event or organization.

One thing I enjoy about taking part in the #wpad challenge is that some of the prompts make me start to think about things in a different manner.

I’ve never contemplated having a writing mascot before; does a bottle of wine count as one? Because when that bottle is by the side of my laptop and I’ve consumed a glass or two then for some bizarre reason my fingers and brain come alive. I guess the alcohol from the bottle symbolizes a sudden rush of creativity – therefore would be classed as a mascot?

Maybe not then.

It’s something I will definitely consider for the future. It’ll also be a good excuse to trawl through the writer websites which I adore but never purchase from such as

http://www.theliterarygiftcompany.com/
http://www.somethingliterary.co.uk/gifts-for-writers

As I embark on my final masters project in September which will hopefully produce not only two exciting episodes of television, a calling card script and some confidence in my ability. Perhaps it would be a worthwhile investment in purchasing a writing mascot that accompany me to my graduation ceremony if I pass the script-writing degree.

This is a post for http://www.writesofluid.com blog writing challenge. One blog post a day for all of July.

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One thought on “14 July : Writing mascot #wpad

    photo said:
    April 9, 2014 at 3:23 am

    Everything is very open with a clear clarification of the challenges.
    It was really informative. Your website is very useful.
    Thanks for sharing!

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