A Great New Writing Tool

liquid blurJennifer Blanchard at Procrastinating Writers recently launched Write Everyday. It’s similar to Write or Die, but without the negative reinforcement. Write Everyday also supplies a writing prompt. You choose how long you want to write and whether you want to be stopped at the end of that period or allowed to keep writing. Then let the prompt inspire you to create something new. Don’t forget to cut and paste your work into a word processing program when you’re done.

@Sandy Ackers, Strangling My Muse: Struggling to Live a Creative Life in a Stressful World, http://www.stranglingmymuse.com


6 Responses to “A Great New Writing Tool”

  1. 1 eatlivetravelwrite August 22, 2009 at 6:17 am

    Interesting… I will forward this onto my friend who is attempting to write her first novel…

  2. 3 Susan @ 2KoP August 26, 2009 at 3:31 pm

    So cool. Thanks for sharing it. I’m using it with my tutoring blog.

  3. 5 David January 6, 2010 at 11:19 am

    Great tool, is so much fun, i write for about 10 minutes on it and it was wonderful, thank you for sharing.

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