It starts tomorrow and I’ve decided to join in. Working on my book everyday for the next hundred days. I already know it’s not going to be easy, but I like the idea that I’m not alone and that there are other people doing this too at the same time.
As Jenn says,
The aim is that you gently commit to ‘turning up’ to your writing every day for 100 days and recording it in some way. That’s it!‘Turning up’ might mean a few notes on your phone while you queue for the cashpoint, or it might mean three thousand words in eight hours.
I’m still not sure where I’ll be sharing my daily thoughts. For now I’m thinking Instagram stories and adding them into #100daysofwriting highlight. Maybe Twitter too? And then once a week summary post on here and Instagram? What do you think? Would you like to join in?
2 thoughts on “#100daysofwriting with Jenn Ashworth”
I like the idea of ‘turning up’ being a few notes or a few thousand words. That’s what writing should be. We should always show up, and judge our progress based on that, not on the results. Anyway, thanks for this post!
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Yes, it’s so much better that telling yourself you have to write an amount of words per day. That’s one of the reasons I don’t like the idea of NaNoWriMo.
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