Life in Poetry reading, writing, reflecting

Life in Poetry reading, writing, reflecting
April showers bring May flowers

Wednesday, 2 December 2020

⌗IWSG, Wednesday 2nd December, Seasons and Inspiration

  Welcome to another monthly post for the Insecure Writer's Support Group.

If you would like to know more about this very encouraging and supportive writing group

Anyone can join, budding writer, published or unpublished, writer of poetry, short stories, novels, essays ... So give it a go and visit the other members , read their contributions and don't hesitate to leave comments.








Every month, we announce a question that members can answer in their IWSG Day post. These questions may prompt you to share advice, insight, a personal experience or story. Include your answer to the question in your IWSG post or let it inspire your post if you are struggling with something to say.

The awesome co-hosts for the December 2 posting of the IWSG are Pat Garcia, Sylvia Ney,Liesbet @ Roaming About Cathrina Constantine, and Natalie Aguirre!

Remember, the question is optional!!! 


December Question

Are there months or times of the year when you are more productive with your writing, and why ?


Spring is my favourite season. It lends bounce to my inspiration; when nature wakes up and the air is bright, promising.
Mornings all year round have the same effect on my writing. Sunshine and tender music also help. Every season is precious though as I couldn't live without four clear-cut seasons for too long, in an Equatorial or Tropical country for example.
Nature is always a boost to my moods: creativity flows with the energy from the light, birds, trees, flowers, the scent and taste of the outside air.
That's why I capture all these atmospheres with my camera: to enjoy them on a rainy day.

here are my latest photos from October and November and some music I'm listening to at the moment







Uzerche in the Massif Central


The Loire at Amboise


Autumn colours, Elie du Bois, Dordogne






Incredible mushrooms from the meadow


Morning writing with the sunrise








Thank you for visiting and Merry Christmas to all my faithful followers. Take care and keep writing.