After landing in Baltimore yesterday afternoon, and waiting approximately forever for my bag, Roseanna and I hunkered down at our cabin to crank out a few thousand words before bed. Our Internet connection is a bit spotty (probably for the best) so pictures of our very hard chairs will have to wait for tomorrow.
I'm looking forward to a good day of writing tomorrow and hope you have a productive day of warring!
Not sure what a word war is? Here's how it works:
What it is: A word war is when you and another writer (or in this case, lots of other writers!) compete to see who can write the most words in a designated period of time.
This word war began Wednesday and will end Monday night. It's a come-and-go, write-when-you-can style of war, so it's never too late to join!
The goal is to buckle down and focus on our manuscripts whenever we can, make good use of our writing time, and encourage each other as we do. Hopefully you'll be meeting new writers and deepening friendships as the war goes on!
Here's how you can connect with each other:
1. In the comments section of the blog. Something as simple as "Just wrote 1,000 words in the last hour!" is fine. Or you can challenge each other to word wars. There is strength in being able to encourage each other and in knowing that others are hard at work too.
2. On Twitter, using the hashtag #GTWwordwar, or on the Go Teen Writers Community Facebook Group. (This is a closed group, so if you're not a member, you can apply to join by clicking here.)