This has the possibility for being a very good day for you, for me, and for all of us.
Hop on over to our Writers in the Storm Facebook Event Page to read about and participate in today's event: Write Up A Storm.
You can write for an extended stretch or hop on and off all day long from 3 a.m. PDT to 10 p.m. PDT. Share your word count to be part of the cumulative sum.
Here's a link to a post to tell you how to prepare and what to expect.
Your Writers in the Storm write-a-long partners:
Laura Drake from 3:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. PDT
Julie Glover from 9:00 a.m. to noon PDT
Jenny Hansen from noon to 3:00 p.m. PDT
Fae Rowen from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. PDT closing.
Just because one of us isn't there to call for word counts at the top of the hour during the two breaks in the day, doesn't mean you can't write, if that's the perfect time for you. Go to our FB event page and record your word count. We'll add it in. Add all four of us will be checking in throughout the day.
Who knows what excitement we'll bring with us?
Looking forward to writing with you!
Nothing but fun!
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I see people popping in there for their word counts. I can't wait to see the final totals right down here in the comments. That is the best part!
I got almost 1400 words today, which was most excellent since I started the day with a migraine.
Three-and-a-half hours to go and we're at 20,111 words!
We'll post the Write Up A Storm final word count tomorrow, to make sure all the reports were added in. Thank you to all who participated, and are participating now during the last forty-five minutes of our event!
2500 words, plus some revisions.
Thanks for letting us know, Denise! Adding it to our count!
Hi, I've got another project I'm working on today but I'm in full support of all you guys with fingers flying over the keyboards! Keep up the great work!
Thanks, Cary! It's good to know we've got support. Hope your project went well.
Here's our total, which may grow, from everyone's long hours during Write Up A Storm: 34,519 words. Congratulations to all our almost 300 participants!