Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Wednesday ROW80 Check In

See this guy? I've hired him to scare me into doing what I said I'd do this week. He's done a fair job because I've written two blog posts and dumped 1700+ words onto my WIP. Will check today to see if all 1700+ are worth keeping.

Be sure to offer support to the other ROW80 writers out here. The links are below . . . scroll down and send your best to a few of them.

Here are some blog tips from Ink-Spells that are wonderful. Check out what Susan Kay Quinn says, bloggers and check out her ROW80 progress. Very impressive.

Noah Lukeman wrote: "There are not great writers, just great re-writers." And that's what Sheri Larson's blog post is about. Take a look at what she says AND see her amazing progress in meeting her ROW80 goals.

Margo Berendsen is another writer on fire. Loved her Ursula LeGuin quote too. It spoke to me. I loved Margo's idea about connecting 5 stories you'd like to write. Take a look at what she has to say.

Until Throes of Thursday when I'll talk about writing SCENES. 


  1. Great job C.Lee! Congratulations and that guys scares me too. Please don't send him to me! I will write today. :)


  2. I thought about you this week while I was working on my WIP because I wrote 4K already. You've inspired me, C.Lee. Keep up the good work. And keep that snake thing aware. I'm totally creeped out by snakes.

  3. Woo Hoo! And will check out the links!

  4. Congrats and thanks for the interesting links! Have a wonderful week!

  5. i love your website - especially the sound the books make when they click into place. it sounds like you had a very productive day; there must be something in the air.

  6. Words on paper are the most important part because without them, there's nothing to edit. Good work.

  7. Love the great re-writers comment. Yay, for you on your ROW80 goals. Keep those fingers flying.

  8. I had no idea there was a big May writing movement until a couple of days ago. Good luck, everyone!

    Thanks for the links. I'm off to Margo's blog.


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