This it! The end of StoryADay May 2019! You are an absolutely rockstar for being here today!
Do me a favor? Leave a comments below, and answer these two questions:
- How many stories did you write
- Did you meet your goal (or get close enough to feel proud of yourself)?
But don’t forget to write today’s story.
About A Writer
Normally I don’t encourage stories about writers because it seems kind of cheap (and uninteresting for the readers), but today I think you’ve earned it.
- Use this prompt to write a story about a writer like yourself who has just undergone a big challenge.
- Or satirize the idea of writing about a writer.
- Or use it any other way that occurs to you. (And hey, it worked for Stephen King, so who am I to question it?)
Use all the tricks you’ve been practicing this month to show us what a day in the life of a writer can be.
You’ve achieved so much this month. I’m so proud of you.
To keep the momentum going, mark your calendars for these StoryADay events throughout the year.
- Serious Writer’s Accountability Group (SWAGr) – 1st of every month (sign up for reminders here)
- Critique Week, June 21-27 – A chance to get your story reviewed by your peers and by me (more details coming soon)
- StoryFest, June 29-30 – where your stories take over the front page of StoryADay.org. Watch your inbox for details
- StoryADay September – wherein we do this all again! And your next chance to join Superstars for the rest of the year. Signups begin in August.
- Critique Week, October 20-17 – A chance to get your story reviewed by your peers and by me (more details coming soon)
- NaNoWriMo Support Group – for members of the Superstars group only.
- Critique Week, February 22-29 – A chance to get your story reviewed by your peers and by me (more details coming soon)
- And much more, including weekly writing prompts on Wednesdays, posts in The Reading Room, podcasts, interviews, and workshops.
- Use the StoryADay Events calendar to stay up to date
Don’t forget to leave a comment saying how many stories you wrote this month, and how you feel about it! Then come back tomorrow to record your June goals in the SWAGr post.