Monthly Archives: December 2015

Winter Writing Project

This past summer I ran an online writing group for anyone interested in having a group of writerly friends (and acquaintances and strangers) holding them loosely accountable for their own writing projects. The projects our group worked on over the summer ranged from outlines and short story revisions to literary agent query letters and academic articles. And everyone got something done, which was the goal.

And because of how well it went (and how much fun I had running it), I’m hosting a shorter, four-week session this winter to help everyone chase away the post-holiday sugar withdrawals and start the new year with some solid writing productivity. The group is open to anyone who’s interested; it will run January 4 through February 1, with goals due to me each Sunday and posts going up here on the blog each Monday. I’ll also be welcoming guest posters, so keep that in mind, too!

If you’re interested, let me know in the comments section below (if we’ve never met), contact me through Facebook or Twitter, or send me an email (if we are email acquainted). You can read the first week’s post from the summer writing group or look through all of them right here.

Happy holiday writing planning!