Getting to Know Your Writing Group

writers groupAt the last meeting of our writers’ group we spent some time writing responses to a series of questions.  We could pick any question and write as much or as little as we liked.  Later we shared our answers. I certainly learned more about my writing friends as I listened to their responses.  If you are looking for a way to get to know the members of your writing group just a little better try sharing your answers to this list of queries. 

What is a book that made you cry?

Do you think a person needs a big ego to be a writer?  Why or why not?

Does writing energize or exhaust you? 

What are some difficulties you have run into with publishers?

What is your grammar pet peeve?

I you wrote under a pseudonym what would it be?

If you could tell your younger writing self something important what would it be?

What was the best money you ever spent to improve yourself as a writer?

What would literary success look like to you? 

Where do you write?

What is the hardest scene you have ever written? 

Does your family support or hinder your writing? 

Has has your work as a writer influenced other jobs you may have had? 

How have other jobs you have had influenced you as a writer? 

What is the first piece of writing you ever had published?

Does alcohol enhance or impair your writing creativity?

Where did your interest in writing originate? 

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MaryLou Driedger is a free lance writer with a long career as a newspaper columnist, curriculum writer and contributor to lifestyle, education and religious publications.
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