13 thoughts on “Finding Writing Challenges That Are Challenging

    • Hmmmm…I thought I put that swell badge in this post? Oh, well, I’ll take care of that in a minute. In the meantime, thanks for the luck, Stacy. Something tells me I’ll need it. 😉

      (Good luck to you in 2012!)

  1. Love your new look, and I’ve actually figured out how to become one of your followers on this blog.

    You are right about the Bylines Calendar. Sylvia does a wonderful job, and I believe she is looking for submissions for 2013. How’s that for planning ahead?

    I need to check out the 12 x 12 x 12 challenge.

    • Yay, Donna! Thanks for following! And I guess I’ll see about subbing for 2013. The early writer gets the acceptance, huh? 😉

      (Good luck with the 12 x 12 x 12 challenge!)

  2. Oh, thanks for dropping in, Lynn and Linda! SO good to see old friends (well, not old so much as formerly Hall of Famer friends) here at the newish blog. 😉

  3. Hi, Cathy! Thanks for mentioning January Writers! It’s a great bunch of writers, and we’re always open to others joining us so that they can stay encouraged to write daily throughout January. Even though the month is underway, it’s not to late to get started. Find us a http://www.facebook.com/JanuaryWriters.

    Thanks also for the mention about the Bylines 2013 Writer’s Desk Calendar. I just started a Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/BylinesCalendar, so that writers can keep up with what’s happening at Bylines. Currently, for example, Bylines is accepting submissions for the upcoming Bylines 2013 edition. Deadline is March 1. Guidelines are found at http://www.bylinescalendar.com.

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