Hello writers! Nice to see you again! The last time we met, it was to write 500 words inspired by one of Kortney Thoma’s fantabulous photographs. This week, we’re going to return the favor.
Last week’s Sunday Writing Challenge was the first one without an official assignment. We’ve been writing and doing exercises and commiserating for two months. This was an exercise in seeing how we did without formal structure and accountability.
Last week we had two options: write 400 words a day and to complete Ursula K. LeGuin’s exercise “Purity.” So how did you do?
Another week has passed and it’s time for our authorial confessions. Its just like going to the worship house of your choice, except without the religious overtones!
Last week, we had the option of doing two different challenges. Some of you completed the second one immediately, much to my delight and surprise. Let’s review. Challenge 1 was to write a minimum of 350 words every day. Challenge 2 was to share something you wrote, either from the photography challenge or another piece you were working on. Several … Read More
Last week’s challenge was to write a 500 word (or more, you overachievers) piece inspired by one of Kortney Thoma‘s fantastic photographs. Sunday’s come around again and now it’s time to own up to how you did.
The first three weeks of this project have been aimed towards getting our word count up. As a recap, the first week was 1,000 words for the whole week, the second was 280 words a day, and last time it was 500 words a day. This week is a little bit different. First things first though – let’s check in.