#Writemotivation and the #IWSG

Published August 1, 2012 by ltwilton

Egads! I’m back!

It feels like forever since I posted anything but, here goes.

I just got married two days ago, so things have been mega hectic to say the least. This isn’t my attempt at making a rubbish excuse but I hereby forgive myself right now anyway.

But the news is this: I found some amazing online projects that have been created by people to form supportive writing groups.

One is #writemotivation and the other is the Insecure Writers’ Support Group – #IWSG

The first can be found on the following blog: The Scribble Muse and the second on Alex J. Cavanaugh‘s blog.

I may be too late to properly join this week/month’s goal setting but I signed up for the blog hop.

My current mood about this is very excited! I’ll post back with goals and to let you know how I get along.


8 comments on “#Writemotivation and the #IWSG

  • Well Lisa,

    I guess congrats are in order. Hopefully all will work out well. I’m not a great fan of marriage, but hopefully your husband is more supportive than mine.

    Thanks for the writer’s links. I’ll check them out, although I don’t have enough time to write now.

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