Jun. 2nd, 2012

whatawaytoburn: ([Writing] Epilogue)
SO, I came up with an idea.

The Proud Summer. This summer, do one thing you are proud to say you've done. This is initially aimed at creative types, writers particularly but I want to expand this to whoever and whatever you want to do.

Some people are doing academic papers, I'm planning to teach myself how to write songs along with writing, people can do fandom relat3ed things, original stuff, travel, learn to dance or whatever you want.

The point is, to take the months of June, July and August and do something with them, something that you can look back on and say 'Yes, I am glad I did this'.

If you're interested in joining, the comm is [community profile] letthesummerin

What the comm is for:
- I will post a weekly check in post where people can gather and gab about how they are doing (or not doing), cheer each other on, commiserate or anything else
= You can post inspirational things, motivational things, or whatever you feel like might get the gears turning.
- You can also post progress on how you are doing, we especially encourage snippets/pictures/graphics/whatever.
- There is going to be an AIM chatroom open for the writers (or those who work well with insta-cummunication that you can hang out in, do timed writing, or whatever else you'd like. I'll try and be in there as much as I can and other people will surely drift in and out.
- Note that the chat is not an obligation and that if you are not comfortable, then please don't feel like you need to. If you want to run timed writing sessions through comments and posts, that is perfectly okay too. Do what is most comfortable for you.

And I think that is it! Feel free to ask questions and join the comm. I will make a welcome post over there in a few minutes and people should feel free to spam it and this post with whatever they'd like.


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