…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:
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.