Category Archives: accountability

Holiday Challenge: Writing Through December

What do many writers wish for in December? Time to write. Support for their writing. Someone to cheer them on so they don’t give up during the wonderful holiday hub-bub. I have two solutions for you this December. One is … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo Accountability Challenge: Sign Up Now!

Last week I posted some links and information about the National Novel Writing Month (November). I mentioned that I would do a November accountability challenge if enough interest was shown. I heard from plenty of you to have a good-sized group! … Continue reading

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Bringing Back the Accountability Challenge

Last spring I set up two 30-Day accountability challenges. Four groups of writers signed up for two different challenges: the Early Morning Writing Challenge and the Scheduled Writing Challenge (or both). Many asked to be notified if I ran the … Continue reading

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Writing Strategy: Acting AS IF

(First re-read the last post: New Twist on the Thought-Feeling-Behavior Writing Cycle.) After three very busy weeks (two new grandbabies, lots of travel, a conference, two work-for-hire deadlines), I was finally able to sit down for a lengthy time yesterday and … Continue reading

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Writers at Work: Accepting the Accountability Challenge

Many of you know that we’ve added two new grandbabies to the family in less than two weeks. (Photos below.) Because I’ve been spending many wonderful hours holding babies, I am going to post a guest blog today, but it’s … Continue reading

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