I know it’s been a few weeks since I posted this and well, that was rather on purpose. I’ve been working through revisions on an older story and kind of lost my way. I wanted it to be better than it once was and while I thought I was doing the right things to make it better, I lost confidence in it, in me.
But, I finished the revisions and I need to figure out what to do with it. In the meantime, I have Black and White, Book 4 to finish and that’s what I’m working on this weekend. I’ve written the end and now I need to go back and write the middle. Yeah, I know… Just go with it.
So, I’m challenging myself and anyone who may read this to a 10K Weekend. I am also working on revisions of this challenge. I think I’m going to offer up a 5K Weekend For Writers, too. Not that I expect anyone to pay any more attention to that one than they do this one, but who knows. Maybe.
If, by a slim chance, anyone is reading this, here are the rules:
Add your name to the Linky below
Add a comment with your starting word count.
Write new words. 10,000 of them from today until Sunday evening.
Use the hashtag #10kweekendsforwriters on social media to keep track of me and anyone else participating.
Any questions? Leave a comment or leave a message for me on Twitter/FB/Instagram, etc…
It’s a new year and another chance for us to write ALL THE WORDS!
I pledge to be better at this. And I hope… Like really, really hope I can’t get more people involved. This could be such a fun thing, if I could just get it to grow.
So, the way this works is…
From today, Thursday, January 5th through Sunday, January 8th, you, me, whoever, writes or aims to write 10,000 words. Broken down that’s 2500 words a day for 4 days. It’s a lot, or it sounds like a lot. I’ve been averaging about 1000 words a day this week on revisions. I’d like more.
I have several WIPs going and haven’t decided yet which one I’m going to pull out and try to make some progress on. Yet. I’ll have that decided by the end of dinner.
There is a Linky at the bottom of the post where you can add your name and website, blog, etc…
You can grab the button from the sidebar if you’d like for your own site or for social media. The hashtag is #10kweekendsforwriters
Invite your friends or your enemies. I don’t care. I’d just like to have a crowd of people this year join in.
Leave a comment with what you’re working on or just with your starting word count. Or, leave a comment on social media (don’t forget the hashtag #10kweekendsforwriters) with your starting word count and throughout the weekend with your progress and with your final word count on Sunday evening.
I am. I have the timer set and I’m ready for the words to pour out from my fingers to the pages in Word.
I’ll be working on finishing up a holiday release called Just A Kiss…At Christmas. It will get finished this weekend. It will be published before Christmas. It might kill me, but it’s going to happen. I need between 7K and 10K words on it.
So, let’s get to it, shall we?
#10kweekendsforwriters on social media.
Grab the graphic from the sidebar if you’d like for your blog or website.
Add your website or blog to the Linky below.
Add a comment with your starting word count today and on Sunday evening with your ending word count.
Spread the word. Please. I look completely pathetic doing this pretty much alone every weekend.
It’s been a couple of weeks since I’ve posted this challenge and well, that’s my bad. I try to do it every week, but I get busy and with Thanksgiving 7 days ago, I was a little busy.
But I’m back at it and that means you have a chance to be back at it, too.
I am working on finishing up Christmas Wishes for release, then I’ll be working on finishing up the writing for Just A Kiss…At Christmas, and the revisions for The Swing.
What are you working on? Do you need word count? Well… If you didn’t just write the hell out of NaNoWriMo and need to get to work before Christmas actually does get here, why not join me this weekend?
The rules are simple…
Add your name to the Linky down below.
Leave a comment of your starting word count today.
Use the hashtag #10kweekendsforwriters on social media to stay in touch.
Grab the button on the side to add to your blog if you want.
Come back Sunday evening and comment with your final word count of the weekend.