Alright, ladies and gents! As you may recall, this blog’s incarnation was based on a simple challenge among friends. Well, the amazing Tiffany and I have decided — once again — following our first, let’s call it, learning experience, to challenge ourselves to write every day for 30 days. The idea behind this is to master our craft by creating a habit. As you may have noticed from the hashtag, we have altered the game to make it a little bit more manageable this time around. (Refer back to the original #Write90 post for the “rules.”) We begin today, April 1.
What does this mean?
It means that if you follow me on social media, you will see me posting photos of me hard at work crafting the next great American novel. (Pause for laughter. (I have been watching too much “Grace and Frankie” while I should be writing.)) It also means that I will be making it a point to write on days that aren’t weekdays. As you will learn in a future post, I’ve been pushing myself to get up and at ’em early to allow my brain some creative time before work. Essentially, I wake up, grab a steamy cup of tea and sit at my trusty laptop to bang out a few hundred words for — at least — a half hour.
So, what now?
Well, I’m going to leave this blog post to go work on one of my WIPs, likely “The Phone Call” for those who have been following along. For you, that may mean lending me some accountability, ask me how this challenge is going, or, for those aspiring writers, join us! The more the merrier!