Monday, August 26, 2013

Sit Down and Write 4 starts now! #sitdownwrite


Well, to be honest, I'm not prepared for this at all, but I have a last minute plan...sort of. My good friend, J. Kaye, advised me to focus on 20 minutes of writing a day so I'm going to take her advice whether I'm writing actual novel pages, or just outlining, writing notes, or doing research. So, I will be doing some form of writing every day, but the first week I will probably also be focusing on deciding if I want to continue with current WIP, take it in another direction, or start fresh with another of my ideas. This will be in addition to the daily 20 minutes. I WILL MAKE SOME KIND OF PROGRESS. I want to have a WIP half finished by the end of the year. That's my long term goal.

What are your goals for this two weeks? Are you catching up on reviews or working on a WIP? Share the link to your goal post in the comments (or just leave me a comment with your goals). If you haven't signed up, you still can (and get all the details) HERE. Remember, our twitter hashtag is #sitdownwrite so feel free to check in with us on Twitter. I'll also be posting a few check ins so stop by and share your progress in the comments or leave your link.

And so...once more into the fray! Good luck!

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5 comments:

  1. Hope it helps! The 20 min trick helped me get back on the road to writing again last year.

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  2. I'm working on my third book! Here's my goal post: http://nicoleevelina.com/2013/08/26/sit-down-and-write/

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  3. Thanks for hosting, Michelle! My sign-up post is up - my first review is posted - and, I have some great book giveaways going on now (and coming up during the event) - be sure to stop by and check them out! :-)

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  4. Good luck to you!! I will be working on both blogging and other writing. I can't wait. Today was not as successful as I had hoped. My kids' school is being released early over the next few days because of excessive heat, so that cuts into my writing time.

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  5. I like the idea of writing for 20 minutes a day. Now that I'm looking at it that way, I know I've been writing every day. Now I'm off to keep going.

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