February's Let's Write Together
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We just had our kick off call for The Great Substack Prompt Celebration and boy was it inspiring. All the first drafts were wonderful and unique. We are excited to read the polished pieces next week!!
If you missed the post with all the information and instructions you can read it via the link below. Don’t worry you can still participate. Grab your laptop or pen and paper and join the fun!
You wake up one morning, and every time you reach for your phone, you get extremely nauseous, sometimes vomiting. You turn on the tv and it’s happening all over the world. Why? Is it fixable? Will the world ever be the same?
Now that the party is over, what’s next you ask. Polish your piece and when the discussion thread is posted next Thursday post it on your Substack page and put the link in the comments; If the story doesn’t go with what you typically post you can leave a link to a view only Google doc and post it in the comments. Stories should be 1,000 words or less.
Once you share your stories, the community will start reading, and we’ll be looking for the stories that impress us most!
Let’s write together this month, Fictionistas!
I’m Heather, creator and face behind Sprinkled Inspiration. If you’re looking for more prompts, I’m your girl! I post daily prompts and Have a feature Friday where other creatives share a prompt of their own. Join Here
I’m Nicole creator of all things Stop Writing Alone including a podcast, a YouTube channel, and a Substack community hosting multiple monthly Live Zoom Events for writers seeking community. If you are ready to truly stop writing alone, join here.
Just to confirm, should our diy takes on that prompt be 1,000 words or are we free as far as that goes?
Is this where the stories go? If so, here’s mine!!