It’s here. The fourth anniversary of Write Up a Storm.
We’re writing up a storm from 7:00 a.m. to 12:00p.m. EDT. If you missed the tips, you can read them here on our Facebook page.
Seventeen hours of opportunities to connect with others, meet goals, and get your words “on paper.”
We’ll be writing from the top of every hour for fifty minutes.… Read the post
I recently passed my 10-year anniversary of Writing In Earnest. I began the novel that became my first full manuscript after I evacuated to my in-laws’ house to escape Hurricane Ike, which hit the Texas Gulf Coast in September 2008.… Read the post
Writers in the Storm is having a "Writing Event" on Monday, April 15.
Write Up A Storm is a one-day sprint-writing bash on Facebook, designed to motivate and sustain your writing throughout the day. Even if that day job impinges on your time, you can participate before work, during lunch and after hours. We'll be here.… Read the post
By Susan Haught
Have you ever watched a child blow bubbles with a little
wand and a bottle of soapy water? Perhaps you’ve taken a turn yourself. If you
have, you’ll know there’s something magical about bubbles.
When my son was little, we’d spend Easter with friends, and
every year the Easter bunny would leave a bottle of soap bubbles in the kids’
baskets.… Read the post
By Tex Thompson
Striving scriveners. Intrepid introverts. Fellow fearless fictioneers. I am so honored to write for Writers in the Storm today. I’ve recently enjoyed a ridiculous near-death experience that I think may help you make a serious, profound change (in your life or in your work) … and funnily enough, it involves actual writers in an actual storm.… Read the post