Winter Writing Project Update
Wonderful news! Remember the Winter Writing Project I had set up for Jan/Feb of the upcoming year? Well thanks to Dara, I’ve learned of the Winter Writing Festival hosted by the Ruby-Slippered Sisterhood.
The Festival starts January 10 and ends the last day of February, coinciding perfectly with the Project I designed. To participate in the Festival, all you have to do is pick a writing-related daily goal. This can be anything from words written to hours editing. You can even pick multiple goals if you would like. Each day you meet at least one of your goals, you get a point. Finish February with a point for each day, and you win!
Wonderful, isn’t it? I thought so.
So if you intend on participating in my Winter Writing Project, I highly recommend you join the Festival as well, if for nothing other than the added motivation. If you’re joining the Festival with writing-related goals, why not join in the Project, as well? It’s no additional work on your behalf, and you’ll get some critiques/advice to boot!
The Ruby-Slippered Sisterhood is on holiday hiatus for the moment, but will return with more news on the Festival come January 3rd. I know I’ll join, how about you?
Posted on December 30, 2010, in Ishy Writes! and tagged Creative writing, Editing, Fiction, Goals, Ishy Writes!, National Novel Writing Month, Revising, Ruby Slippered Sisterhood, Winter Writing Festival. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.