Homonyms: Let the words flow [Week #3]

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And we are on to week three!!
Me and @whileatwiltshire still can't believe we managed to run through this for three whole sessions, but we can't deny that we are excited to be here. Thanks again to the wonderful authors who are running alongside us. This journey has been fun. Let's see how far this takes us.

Now, let's move on to this week's Homonym concept. But before that, let's recap what this project really is.

Project Plan:

The plan is simple. Every week or so, there will be one topic (it can be a word, a question, a feeling, a picture, anything, really!) given by any one of us, on which we will write on. The written piece can be a story, a poem, a rant post, a blog, an opinion, anything, as long as it relates to the topic given.

The Rules?

There aren’t any. Just write whatever you want in the language of your choice (Bangla, English....French?! Have at it, if you must.) and post within the given timeframe. Simple.

To make it easier to find all the related posts regarding this project, follow a title pattern such as this – “Homonyms: Your title Name” and use #homonyms hashtag among the tags of your post.

As this is just for a little fun, there aren’t any rewards to be given out by us (we are both broke XDD) so yeah, join at your own interest, and if you like it, then keep on writing with us.

Topic of the week(?)

This week we have decided to change it up again and celebrate everything that is related to the joy/agony that is "writing & writers".
To do so, we have come up with a bunch of questions for you to take a dive into, and figure out the things you write, want to write and the things you love about the words that have already been written.
You can choose to answer all of them or you can choose just one to go with, or you can just talk about anything that relates to the questions below.

  1. What is the best time for writing?
  2. What is your favorite thing to write about?
  3. Is there any writing of yours that has managed to land on your favorite list?
  4. What was the first thing you wrote just for yourself?
  5. Who is your favorite writer/which is your favorite book?(yes, we are fishing for novel suggestions!)

So, that's that. Pick one, pick them all and just let your pen lose. Talk about the things you love, show off your favorite piece or wax poetry about your favorite writer/novel. We will take it all.

Let your words flow and we'll see you next week!

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