One of my favorite guilty pleasures is curling up in my chair with a steaming cup of Darjeeling and a good mystery. Book form, or film, it really doesn’t matter. In fact, I was one of those people incessantly bugging the good folks at Netflix when their contract ran out on “Murder, She Wrote” to […]
It may give away my age, but I’ll admit, I’ve been developing websites since the mid-90s. (This is my company.) I first learned during my senior year in college when my dad called me up and asked me to learn how to make a website for a new computer store he was opening. I was […]
If you met the challenge every day of the week, your name will appear under the Perfect Attendance section. If you registered a word count on some days, but not all, then you’ll be listed under Participants.
Those of us participating in the monthly writing challenge are a diverse bunch — from the type of projects we’re working on (novels, short stories, essays, etc.) to our level of experience in writing and/or publishing. If I had to guess, though, I’d say most of us have already found one or more favorite websites […]
[Note: I’m cross-posting this introduction to the article from my blog for the benefit of our WritingChallenge.org community.] The Writer’s Digest Conference in New York was an event I had eagerly anticipated since I took advantage of Early Bird registration back in May. I’d never been to a writing conference before, and since I am bound and […]
Welcome, #AugWritingChallenge-rs! When the #JulyWritingChallenge began, I’m sure Kristy (@kristyace) had no idea that her freshly minted hashtag would become such a big deal for so many of us. She was taking it upon herself to keep track of everyone’s Twitter handles and their daily wordcounts, and when they didn’t check in for a few […]