…and all through the house, Lauren was freaking out.
I’m not a poet. Sue me.
So tomorrow is the big day. #PitMad! For those who don’t know, #PitMad is a Twitter pitching event. You can tweet up to three different pitches throughout the day (8 AM – 8 PM). Now that Twitter has expanded its characters, it gives you a little more wiggle room to explain yourself. Thank God. “Likes” from agents equal query requests. Boom, baby!
For more info, click here!
Calendars! Looks like a busy month for tweets. You know, if you’re into that sort of thing. #whynot #procrastinatingwriter #gifsarefun
Just a quick post to share the September calendars for some #amwriting hashtags games on Twitter. Here ya be.
A new month means a new batch of #amwriting prompts. Time to share. It helps having them all in the same place, no?
Happy writing, all!
*I’ll be updating this as I discover more games.*
I’m stealing from Twitter again. Strike that. I’m sharing.
This caption could also be, “First draft” and “836th draft”
Not that I can relate to that. At all.
Have a good one! 😀
Well, a new month has arrived. Again. I don’t know where this year has gone. Seriously. July pretty much feels like an extension of June. If I hadn’t flipped my calendar, I wouldn’t know any different.
Let’s be clear. Twitter is a huge time suck. But it does have it’s positives as well, namely hashtag games and the #amwriting community. Daily prompts can be quite motivating actually. I’ve found some new Twitter hashtag games for this month. In case you’re interested:
When I was a teacher, I prayed for June. June, June, June. Come on, June. Now that I’m not wishing my life away hoping for summer, I’m actually bummed that it’s June already. I’m not ready for summer yet. I must have blinked and missed spring entirely.
But a new month means new goals and plans. First, I thought I’d revisit what I projected for May and see how I faired.
- Stop editing: Success!
- Final beta read(s): In progress–this is out of my hands 😀
- Find the courage to say goodbye to my characters: Success –sort of
- Transfer love to other WIP: Fail. An epic one.
Most writers (aspiring and otherwise) on Twitter know about the pitch party opportunities, which occur several times a year. Yesterday was one such event called #DVPit.
Is my manuscript even pitchable at this point in time? Eh, not 100%, no. And so even considering participation in this event was foolish. That should’ve been my first clue.
But I tweeted anyway.
However, that’s not the part I did incorrectly.