In my journey as a writer, I’ve been plugging away at short stories and have tried my hand at self-publishing. The next peak to scale is my first novel. I’m just over 38,000 words so far, and I’m hoping to land it at around 43,000+.
I’ve been eyeing the annual Clarion West summer workshop for a couple of years now as a way to help take my writing to a new level, but I’ve had way too much going on in my life to justify applying to attend.
I have found a way to participate vicariously, and that’s through their concurrent write-a-thon. I’ve signed up this year as a way to motivate myself towards applying for next year and to help them raise some funds for future workshops and scholarships.
My goals are twofold: help them raise a few dollars and prod myself to finish my novel so I can bring in the draft for my second novel next year.
If you’ve enjoyed reading my short stories and poetry here, I’d appreciate it if you’d sponsor me. I’d really appreciate it.
I’ll be posting updates under the writeathon tag, so you can follow along.
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Go Chris!!! Great idea. I would be happy to sponsor you and support this worthy endeavor. Do I need to sign up someplace? Do I need to set an amount per word? Cheers!!
Thanks, Ang! You can go my Clarion West page at http://www.clarionwest.org/members/kilbo/ and click on the “Sponsor Kilbo” button.