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 days, she’d send out a message encouraging them to come back.
As a school teacher with a knack for organization, Kristy developed a spreadsheet to help keep track of everyone. It’s pretty impressive. You may not have been keeping up with your daily participation, but she has, and now, it’s been passed on to me. It will go to Samantha Garman (@samgarman) for September, then it will go on to whoever the new challenge leader is as we move from month to month.
While the spreadsheet is fantastic — and necessary — I’ve been thinking it would also be helpful to have a master page where we can all check and see who our fellow #AugWritingChallenge-rs are, as well as everyone’s current projects.
That said, if you’ll just take a moment to comment below with your Twitter handle, along with a little bit about what you’re working on, pretty soon we’ll have a quick reference that we can all check throughout the month.
In short order, I imagine we’ll all remember what everyone else is working on, but until then, this will hopefully make it easier. 🙂
P.S. Don’t forget we also have a Facebook group. Click here to join.