Stuck in Your Writing? Consider Joining Massive Action Day this Sunday
Before anything, I want to precise that I’ve never participated to a Massive Action Day before yet, but I decided to share it anyway because I like the concept and it’s free, so it shouldn’t hurt anyone.
Massive Action Day is a virtual event created by Jurgen Wolff few months back, to help writers of any stories to move forward in their project while feeling the love of fellow writers around the world. Here is an extract from the Massive Action Day page with more details:
You commit to working on some writing (or other) project that is important to you for up to 8 hours, with short breaks every hour. You plan it so you know what you’ll be doing (for instance, nobody will actually write for 8 hours, but it could be a combination: some research, some writing, some getting organized, etc.) You don’t have to participate for the full 8 hours–even four or six hours of focused effort will give you a big boost.
Everybody checks in online very briefly every hour(during the breaks) to say what they achieved in the past hour and what their goal is for the next one. These messages will be posted in our chat window and we can support each other.
You can read more and sign up here.
I could certainly use a good creativity boost for my script, but I have a scheduling conflict with Gale Tattersall‘s last day of Workshop. I’ll see how I’m going to play things around but let me know if you do it!