I’d like to introduce those of you haven’t heard about Read Tuesday to this spectacular event!
I’d like to thank Jennifer, Writings of a Mrs., for the opportunity to do this guest post. (*my pleasure Chris*)
The problem with Black Friday for book sales:
Every year when Black Friday arrives, customers do plenty of shopping, buying products for themselves and gifts for others. Stores offer enticing discounts, at least on select products, and shoppers stand in lines for hours before the stores even open. Continue reading
As you probably know, hundreds of thousands of writers sign up for National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) each year — essentially volunteering to write one 50,000-word novel from scratch in a month’s time. That’s a lot of writing for authors who may want to participate in NaNoWriMo, but are running short on free time. (Like ME)
Have you all heard about the Grammarly Group writing project coming up this November?
If not take a look.
They plan to organize the largest group of authors to ever collaborate on a novel; they’re calling the project #GammoWriMo.
For more information on this unique and oh so creative opportunity please check out the link I provided below.
Happy writing to you all!
- GrammoWriMo – Join Largest Number of Authors to Write a Novel Together (joanyedwards.wordpress.com)
- Tiredness and NaNoWriMo (inkprintmagazine.wordpress.com)
- It’s NaNoWriMo time again! (womenspages.wordpress.com)
- NaNoWriMo! (minasalcove.wordpress.com)
I would like to thank everyone for their submissions and great pieces of writing both prose and poem and the wonderful photographs submitted!
I ask people to submit a paragraph or a poem verse to fit into an opening paragraph and closing poetry verse that I supply. I ask for people to contribute the ‘stuffing’ of the story, the middle with a short paragraph OR a poetry verse. I then take all of the submission both prose and poem and try to add it all into the middle to make up at Storetry (part story part poetry) that flows nicely into a ‘Storetry’ (part story ‘stor’ and part poetry ‘etry’) I use all submission that are supplied to me as long as they pertain to the weeks opening and closing. I will be publishing a free eBook that will include all of the ‘Storetry’s’ along with everyone’s submissions and blog addresses. So by participating you will become ‘published’! You can find next weeks ‘Storetry’ info posted on my home page in the Stuff It Collaboration for Everyone Tab by tomorrow morning.
To help with reading, I have included each persons blog address below their submission, you can click on the link to check out more of their work if it interests you.
The place was crowded with people. The smell of hot buttery popcorn enticed my nose. The sounds of people and couples laughing and enjoying the hot summer evening danced on the air. Flashing lights and rides whipping by the night skyline flashed before my eyes. It was the night of the Summer Solstice Carnival, my favorite night of the year. Continue reading