From Stories Inside:
This write-a-thon is for any writing you need to get done. If you’re working on a novel and, perhaps, participating in NaNoWriMo next month (like me–buddy up with me–thetruebookaddict), it’s for you. If you have a ton of reviews to write coming off of (or during) the many read-a-thons that are always going on, this is perfect for you. Any writing you need to get done…this is the thon to really buckle down. I’m not going to be hosting any mini-challenges, but I will have check-in linkies posted every few days, if you are so inclined to share your progress. You can link to your reviews or your progress posts. Our Twitter hashtag is #sitdownwrite If you’re game for a couple Twitter chats, let me know in the comments.
Due to input from participants last time, the write-a-thon will now run for two weeks! Starting and end times are the usual: Monday (11/12) 12:01am CST until Sunday (11/25) 11:59pm CST.
I just got to this in my GoogleReader and I am ready to join! Last year, I tried NaNoWriMo and it didn’t go so well. Instead of the pressure of 50,000 words in a month for one piece, I am going to focus on short creative writing exercises. I will be posting some of my pieces here on the blog. These also count towards my Day Zero Project: Finish 100 Creative Writing Prompts. I’m definitely not expecting to finish all 100, but I want to get a chunk done and get the creative juices flowing.