No, I didn’t get it wrong. I did mean #GrammWriMo! 🙂
Now, if you’re adventurous like me (wink, wink) and hope someday to have your book published, you must have signed up for NaNoWriMo. (If you haven’t, what’s stopping you? Do so now.) I did last year and gave up pretty darn quick! That’s not to discourage anyone. I know Vidya Sury is giving it a shot this year – and more power to her. When she asked me if I was in, I pleaded that I was out in the first week and the last week of November. Which is true, but I’m not certain that’s the only reason I’m giving it a miss. Another story. Another post, maybe.
So when I read about #GrammoWriMo on Judy Dunn’s blog, I knew I had to share the information with you all.
Grammarly (affiliate link), the guys who have that great application for checking grammar, spelling and vocabulary besides doing a check for plagiarism is organizing #GrammoWriMo and I just signed up for it.
What ? The largest group of authors ever to collaborate on a novel- and you can get to be one of them! sign up
When? November 2013
How? You can sign up here (by 25 October 2013 – that’s tomorrow!) and be notified about the procedure.
Imagine being part of a huge community of writers.
We = Power ~ Lori Myers
Teamwork makes the dream work ~ Bang Gae
- GrammoWriMo – Join Largest Number of Authors to Write a Novel Together (joanyedwards.wordpress.com)
- GrammoWriMo (writingsofamrs.wordpress.com)
- Jumping in to NaNoWriMo! (jennyberling.wordpress.com)