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What is the Warm Fuzzies Blogfest? First and foremost, it’s a celebration of who we are as writers! We all have doubts and moments where we struggle with our writing. Come join this blogfest for a pick me up and to connect with other writers who totally get it. Push aside the worries and focus on how awesome we all are.
How will the blogfest work? There are four weeks during the fest. Each week there will be a different theme and prize. I’m still working out the kinks for the weekly contests and prizes but here are a few hints:
- How are our characters like us? Often, as writers, we get kicked when we’re down. A query will be rejected at the same time as we encounter writers block or we’ll lose a contest at the same time as getting back a negative critique. This week we’ll get a few laughs by how bad our MC’s have it. Because when we really look at it, being a writer really isn’t that bad- at least we’re not them
- Did you make friends today? Just like in kindergarden, we’ll make new friends! One week will be super interactive. You’ll connect with other writers and write a creative piece of flash fiction together.
- What have you written that’s given you the warm fuzzies? Everybody has a scene they’ve written that’s given them the happy buzz. What’s yours? We’ll share our favorite moments in writing and celebrate how when it’s good, it’s reeeaaally good.
As for prizes, among others, I have a 30-page edit from an editor, a full blog makeover, and an artist who’s up for creating a personalized illustration for your Warm Fuzzy scene for you. There’s also a super secret prize lined up for each week.
So, how do you sign up? Stick your email in a comment on this post. That way I’ll be able to shoot you an e-mail the week and day before the contest as a reminder.
*Tentative start date is Monday, October 17th.
(P.S. You guys cracked me up on the last post! I’m still keeping my WIP a secret, but I’ll let you know that yes, it does take place in the desert and yes there are dogs.