Friday, September 30, 2016

Introduction - Write31Days 2016


It is that time of year again!  The leaves are changing; the weather is cooler; and there are thousands of writers getting ready to share their thoughts in a 31-day writing challenge!

This will be my third year of participating in this annual challenge.  And, for the second year, I will be joining the five Minute Friday writers, using the Free Writes from Kate Motaung, hosted by Christina Hubbard at CreativeandFree.

I am excited to be joining this challenge once again!  For more information about the "write31days" challenge, check it out here.


I am also excited to announce the "Five Minute Friday" Book of which I am one of the many contributors!  This collection of stories have been compiled from last year's over 100 of the FMF Family members!



All profits from the sales of the book will be divided equally between two special ministries in South Africa:


To order your own copy of the "Five Minute Friday" book, and help support these two ministries, go to CreateSpace, or Amazon.

Lisa Jo Baker says about the FMF Book:  "We threw caution to the wind and we wrote our guts out!"  @lisajobaker, #FMFbook

And, Kate Motaung says:  "All it takes is five short minutes.  Set a timer, and set your fingers free." @k8motaung, #FMFbook


Don't forget to check out my daily posts for this challenge, beginning October 1st!  They will all be listed here.




2 comments:

  1. I've never written with a five minute prompt. But maybe I will this year. I really like the idea of the funds from the book going to those two ministries. Now that is writing that is changing the world.
    Have fun during October. I know I will.

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    1. Yes, it is definitely writing that is changing the world!! I enjoy writing the five minute way...I don't always follow every week; but love that it allows me to do the write31days challenge without worrying about an actual "theme"!!

      Thanks for reading and writing.

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