Author friend and blog + twitter pal K T Hanna runs a twitter hashtag for writers, the #writemotivation , where writers sign up and cheer each other on to their respective goals.
- Make a list of realistic goals for the month – and achieve them.
a Blog Post every week (preferably Monday, but if you don’t post on
Mondays just add it to the next day you would normally post ).
This is to help us keep tabs on our own progress, and for others to
cheer us on if it’s a difficult week. Please link to the post in the
- Visit your #writemotivation teammates’ blogs, and participate in the #writemotivation hashtag on twitter to cheer people on.
So here are my goals:
1. Four Blog Posts a Week, one on each blog
2. 5000 words a week on the second draft of my #WIP
I did good at the first one, but the second one, not so good. I’ve barely hit 2000 words.
But I was traveling, so this week, now that I’m home, should be better. Still panicking, sigh.
And now for the more cheerful part of the blog post.
Hosted by Mark “Madman” Koopmans, Ninja Captain Alex J. Cavanaugh, Rockin’ Robyn Engel, Morgan “The Morg” Shamy,
Tina @Life is Good
this fest requires participants to invent
three silly, corny, stupid or annoying blogfests that they’d never
Here are blogfests I’ll never participate in:
1. Bitch about Bloggers: This is a fest where you say bad things about other bloggers. Word to the wise: if you ever want to host such a blogfest, prepare for your blog to shut down real soon. I’ve never seen a more mutually supportive community than the blogiverse.
2. I Hate Chocolate Blogfest: Who hates chocolate? Enough said.
3. Bodyparts Blogfest: This is a real blogfest I’ve seen on the net, but I wouldn’t link to it. It is all about photocopying parts of your anatomy to post on your blog. Ugh.
I’m off to check out the other bloggers who signed up for both #writemotivation and Anti Blogfest Gary Fest.
What about you? Do you feel in need for #writemotivation? What Blogfest would you never take part in?