|Dreaming I was rocking the ROW!|
What writer doesn't want to be the next big thing?
Although, I'd be happy with the next bitty thing, known in the reading and writing community but still able to lead a normal life day to day. To dream.
Thanks to Sandi Tuttle (an amazing blogger, writer, and supporter of writers), I was tagged today to participate in The Next Big Thing Blog Hop. Basically, I will answer ten questions about my newest WIP and tag five authors to do the same the following week. I will publish mine next Wednesday, and I'm looking for 5 of my writer friends to participate.
Please let me know if you are interested so I can include you in my post next week. You'd then have a week (to post on Wednesday, 9/26) to complete the ten questions and tag five more people. Check out Sandi's post to see how it's done, or even Jo Michaels' post here.
I am blessed to know a lot of writers, and I'm interested in what you are all writing about, so please leave your name below if you are interested in being tagged.
Looking through the questions made me really excited to get my WIP done and out there for readers.
My A Round of Words in 80 Days (ROW80) Update
Writing: Is it really Wednesday? If so, I lost Monday and Tuesday somewhere. If any of you see a few extra days laying around, please return them. I can't afford to lose any!
Editing: I'm happy to report I made progress in this area. Yesterday, I dropped in on Lauren Garafalo and Julie Jordan Scott for #teamsprinty #row80 (2Pm EST weekdays). I needed to get through some editing, and they kept me motivated. Thanks, gals!!
Reading: Still struggling a bit with Anne Lamott's Blue Shoe. This is what happens when I go in with very high expectations.
Social Media: My head's still under water, but I'm determined to come up quickly for air and make some progress!
Blogging: Several subjects came up that kept me away from the BlogHer "eye" prompts, but I have been blogging daily. Actually, this week I've also blogged daily on Mom in Love with Fiction, my review blog.
I hope my fellow ROW80 writers are achieving their goals and cranking out words!