Thursday, February 3, 2011

Don't let your writing get old!

Lisa here...

I watched this video the other day. After I quit laughing, I wondered how it could apply to writers.



Writers, how do you make sure your writing keeps from getting old?

Readers, how do your favorite authors keep their stories fresh and new?

8 comments:

Hilarey Johnson said...

I like it when a writer tries a new genre.

Lisa Buffaloe said...

Me too, Hilarey! Always interesting to see what happens. :)

DL Greenlee said...

That's pretty much how I look when my words are taunting me and I'm talkin' back to 'em.

Lisa Buffaloe said...

Hahaha, David! :D

Hilarey Johnson said...

Lisa, I had to come back to this because my kids have added this exercise to our workout!

Lisa Buffaloe said...

Hahaha Hilarey! Love it!

JoJo Tabares said...

ROFL Thanks for the giggles! I may need to try that though I think I might scare small children.

I think good writing doesn't get old. Maybe your examples or illustrations might, but good writing is timeless.

Lisa Buffaloe said...

JoJo I agree with you about timeless writing. There are classics that continue to delight readers. My favorite is the Bible -- timeless, wonderful, and amazing!