Saturday, 1 March 2008

Okay, let's get perspiring!

The fabulous Seventy Days of Sweat writing challenge starts again today! Bazillions of people have already signed up, but it's not to late to get on board and join the merry throng of writers all trying to achieve a wordcount per day of 1000 words or thereabouts. I'm one of the sponsors of this fun event, so hope to be attempting to offer encouragement as best I can to my fellow sweaters. As ever, I'm not sure what kind of example I am to others, but I always feel that if I'm not that great a role model, at least I'm showing the way you shouldn't do things, so others learn not to **** up the way I often do! LOL!

I'm actually starting off the challenge in editing mode, as it's now time to return to IN TOO DEEP the story of Gwendolynne, my buxom librarian and the ever so naughty Professor Hottie McHotstuff... It's about time I started posting some excerpts of this farrago of utter nonsense, so check back soonish and there might be a link to a frisky taster...

In the meantime here are some words of wisdom from the Prof...

And Mr Blue is fondling his UZI as we speak....

ps. Don't forget to visit the blogs of the other sponsors, who are HelenKay Dimon, Jaci Burton, Diana Peterfreund, Lauren Dane, Shiloh Walker and Larissa Ione.

5 comments:

Tempest Knight said...

Good luck with Sven! ;)

Lynn said...

Thanks for stopping by and sending encouragement, Portia. I need all the help I can get!

Good luck to you with regard to the pounds as well. I, sadly, won't be at RWA this year. I have a kid starting college and my day job won't cooperate with the timing. But, I do plan on being in DC in 2009.

Good luck with Sven!

Saskia Walker said...

Good luck for the challenge!

LtL said...

Thanks so much for sponsoring the 70 Day Challenge. Wishing you great writing and easy Real Life for the duration.

And, um, hot does the Prof know about my YouTube addiction--er--hobby?

Diana Peterfreund said...

Good luck, Portia!

I love how David has become something of a sex symbol these days! He was always such a "nerd" in his child actor roles!