A Second Summer Writing Project

Last summer I ran an eight-week online summer writing group; and it was so much fun that I ran a four-week session this past winter. And now, we’re doing it again — it’s the second annual Lake Projects Summer Online Writing Group!

This summer’s session runs from June 6 through July 30, with weekly updates due to me each Sunday and blog posts with updates as well as writing, project, and time management tips posted each Monday. There will also be guests posts from group participants about their own writing processes and about their projects. And, of course, there will be pictures of Roo inspiring us to write.

Space is unlimited and admission is free, so let me know if you’re interested in committing and I’ll put you on the list! You can send me an email at laurabork[at]sbcglobal[dot]net, message me on Facebook, or leave a comment below.

Good writing, everyone!

4 thoughts on “A Second Summer Writing Project

    1. lauraborkpower Post author

      Very few rules! At the start, you’ll give me your ‘big picture’ goal for the eight-week session and then each week you’ll give me what that week’s goal is. All the writing is done on your own time, and your goals to me are due on Sunday so I have them for the weekly blog updates on Monday. Look through last summer’s posts for an idea of what they look like and let me know if you’re interested!


      1. mmleonard

        I’m interested, but can’t do that last week. I would be interested in setting goals for one of my WIP to keep me at pace, because I keep bouncing between projects.


      2. lauraborkpower Post author

        No worries — you can do as much as you can! Send me an email (bottom of original post) and I’ll add you to the list. I’ll be send out our first assignment tomorrow!


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