Goodbye NaBloPoMo, hello Twitter Literature 2011!

November 30, 2011

Memes, TwitLit2011

Well, I mostly made it through NaBloPoMo.  I only phoned it in once, and only missed once, and I guess for a first try it isn’t bad.  Not great, but not bad.  Next year will be better.

And now I get to move on to something even more fun than posting every day — a two-week long twitter party dedicated to writing a story as a group of individuals.  We will be writing for fun, but, more importantly, we will be writing for a good cause.  I will be donating $0.05 per word written (based on original tweets, not edited story), up to $200 to a Donors Choose project (or more than one if the money works out).

Please say you’ll participate by becoming one of our writers, or by sponsoring our writing with a donation to a charity of your own choosing.

While it should always be the season for giving, now is even more the season when those in need feel it a little more keenly as they are surrounded by those who have more.

All of the details of the charity event are here where you may also register.  Registration closes TONIGHT, so please do sign up now, don’t wait!  Please also encourage your friends!

If for some reason you’re reading this and we’ve already started the party without you, but you’d like to participate, please let me know, we’ll figure something out.

I’m now going to go spam twitter about this until everyone unfollows me.

The first tweet will go out tomorrow, wish us luck!

#TLit2011

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