In one week, on Dec. 27th, I am going to do a thing!
That is, I am going to spend a day livewriting.
We at my current job have 6 days off of work for the holidays, you see. So on Wednesday, I am going to try to be online by 8 a.m. (Eastern time) and write, with two one-hour breaks, for about 12 hours – that means until 10 p.m. or so!
I am going to split the writing between the novel I plan on writing in the first third of 2018 – an Aunt Family novel covering the early days of Evangaline’s Aunthood (for more on the Aunt Family, check out here ) – and an open call for prompts on the theme of “What If.”
My current plan is to use two google docs for this, as they have built-in commenting and revision tracking and are readily available to most people. I am willing to hear suggestions for other similar programs, however.
In order for this to be fun, I’m asking that if you have a few minutes, stop in, read, leave a prompt, leave a comment. Say hi!
After all, if nobody’s reading, it’s not livewriting, it’s just writing. And I can do that any day!
Wednesday, December 27th
approx. 8 a.m. – 10 p.m. Eastern Time
Watch me write!
(if for some reason you cannot come online during that time at all, you may back-channel a prompt or two by sending them to my e-mail.)
(Now soliciting at least one, preferably two volunteers to post short prompt-stories to my blog as they are written)