I'm trying to get into a writing groove, so I won't be doing a huge post today. Instead, I just want to do two reminders and one heads-up.
Firstly, don't forget to nominate people you think deserve a Paying Forward Award. You can nominate one or more people. ;-)
Then, don't forget to link up your Word Master Challenge entries. Deadline is in three days.
And finally, as a heads-up: All you querying authors go check out the #MSWL hashtag on twitter. It's awesome.
That's it for today. Will be back soonish with a better post. ;-)
Happy writing! :)ReplyDelete
Now, stay in the groove.
Wishing you productiveness! Break a pen!ReplyDelete
Hugs and chocolate
Have a good weekend Misha :)ReplyDelete
Happy writing, Misha.ReplyDelete
See you soon Misha.ReplyDelete
This is a great post! Have fun writing!! :)ReplyDelete
Yay! Let's see how many words you can get down, eh? Sending awesome writing karma and virtual cheese your way!ReplyDelete
Getting back into my writing groove has been tough. Good luck!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the reminder!ReplyDelete
Good luck with your writing Misha, and your Paying Forward Awards are a great idea!ReplyDelete
Hope the writing is going well Misha. Keep going :)ReplyDelete
I just saw your blog for the first time and really like it!ReplyDelete
It's really comforting to read thoughts from other lovely people out there that are working on their novels.
I wish you all the best (the best meaning the discipline to create& the kindness to not hate yourself if things don't go as smoothly as planned!)
Greetings from Germany!
Bambi (from Birdy and Bambi)
The writing groove...I vaguely remember what that is like! :)ReplyDelete
I checked out the #MSWL posts on the day that it happened, and it was very useful to know what agents were looking for. If you want to learn more about how editors and agents think, perhaps you can also check out WriteOnCon in August.ReplyDelete
Speaking of Twitter, I just found you on there and added you. =)
Happy Writing and a belated congratulations on getting a publisher for your book. I really wish I'd seen your Word Master Challenge sooner. I'm a bit stuck in the editing process to meet the deadline but I'll be looking out for future challenges you do!ReplyDelete
Break a pen. (Well, theater people use "break a leg", I figure we need something.)ReplyDelete