Does Style = Boredom?
December 12, 2009 § 23 Comments
I’ve been paying more attention to my study of Judaism these past few months. In my Melton class – I’m a second year student – the pieces are beginning to form into something understandable. I have no (underline no) religious training, so this Bible and Torah study is fascinating. Religion fascinates me generally, but who knew I’d enjoy this?
Enough rambling. With my studies, and the advent of Hanukkah – last night was the first night – I reconnected with my favorite Austin on-line read, Drash Pit.
I also wrote – about undressing (is that enough of a tease?) and my #dealbreakers . The problem is that I’ve noticed that I have a predictable style when I write these pieces. Which means I need to change the next one(s) up.
Oh, well, I needed another challenge, right? And I’m curious about your take on style when you write short pieces. Is it important to change it up? And how do you determine when your writing has become too much of the same thing?